Hope everyone doesn't mind but I'd like to jump in.

David was right to moderate.  There is no benefit to continuing this discussion.  Everyone working on the VM is extremely capable and dedicated to doing a really terrific job.  We all support and admire the work you are doing.  I see bugs and issues well isolated for development, I see great care going into protecting the dev build and swift corrections when something goes wrong.  I see everyone stepping up and solving real issues and supporting a large amount of change in an extremely professional way that frankly I'm very proud of! 

Let's move on!

I recommend putting the moderator bit back on for Jan.

All the best,

Ron Teitelbaum

On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 4:27 PM, Eliot Miranda <eliot.miranda@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Jan,

On Tue, Mar 27, 2018 at 8:41 PM, Jan Barger <barniisk@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry for incident, put Pharo which i downloaded crashed, and the same with my old image and new vm and new 64 bit. 
Eliot is maybe just too good guy, but consequences for future and vm which are so complicated and unstable just pointing to his unmature and nonprofesional work. 

Specifically what is unprofessional and immature about my work?  The thread you originally responded to was one where I pointed out that the Pharo VM was out-of-date.  I referred to a bug that was mine (have you ever released software containing bugs?), and that I had fixed, as promptly as I could once I had an error report.  How is that being unprofessional?

Maybe Cincom is not financing him to do this nasty job to pharo and vm, but it seems so.

How do you conclude this from my actions?  And what specifically about what I've done for the Pharo VM is a "nasty job"?  Do you know that I am not responsible for the Pharo VM?  That I don't build it, and that I help maintain it pro bono.  Do you know that Spur is now faster than VisualWorks and once Scorch/Sista is stable and in production that the VM will be significantly faster than VisualWorks?  How is that in Cincom's benefit?
Thanks, and sorry once more for this incident.

Thanks for what, and specifically which incident to you refer to?

2018-03-28 3:36 GMT+02:00 Sean P. DeNigris <sean@clipperadams.com>:

David T. Lewis wrote
> The vm-dev list has for many years been inhabited by talented and
> constructive
> people… We should all be proud of that.

Hear! Hear!

David T. Lewis wrote
> If anyone would like to see the messages that have been blocked so far,
> I will be happy to forward them to private email.

I'm interested in seeing them.

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best, Eliot