On Friday, March 8, 2013 9:43:02 AM UTC-6, Michael Teter wrote:
I'm sure this horse has been beat to death and served up as hamburgers
already, but I am going to throw out this realist's argument.

"if it's worth complaining about, it's worth fixing in the code" -

I don't think it's worth complaining about, at least not during the
development cycle. By now everyone knows one or more arguments for
ignoring these "errors". During development there is a lot of exploration
and temporary commenting out of blocks of code.

This hyper-strict design choice is an impediment to acceptance of the
Or it weeds out the whiners.

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