On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Mathias Waack wrote:
> Yes, you're right, they're writing good code. But the most
> important part of the job of a good programmer is writing a good
> documentation for other people. This job is disregarded by most of
> the kernel programmers. Its very hard to find actual and good
> documentation. Look at the KDE project, they do a better job.
> I hope the people on this list won't kill me now;)
We'll only kill you if you don't back up your claim by
writing documentation yourself :)
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