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Re: spelling conventions: opinions welcomed!

July 31st 2005 UTC

> I'd like to change my vote. :-) OK, me too - let's do email, since it's a pain to type, e-mail. I think I did prefer e-mail - I did my own research and changed everything about and stuck to that convention, but I think the change was for version 2.0 - in 2000 :) Apple's Mail.app spells it, "email" - and you *know* Apple couldn't possibly do any bad. Thanks for the epistemological hike. Justin Simoni ...Continue Reading

Re: CVS Updates

July 31st 2005 UTC

> > ...And with all those updates, I've never h Weird, as I've stated, I get them whenever you work on a file :) I'm going to switch from MacCVS PRO 3.0a (Carbon) to jCVS 5.4.2, which *has* been updated in the last decade and see if that helps - there's also a bug in that program where you cannot delete a file - jCVS fixes that (more on that later) > If I'm not mistaken, I think your conflicts are a result of me putting > something up after you update but before you commit...which means that > t ...Continue Reading

Re: spelling conventions: opinions welcomed!

July 31st 2005 UTC

Re: >e-mail, email ...I actually use "email" in my own life/work. My reasons for putting "e-mail" as my first choice were: (A) because Justin seems to prefer it [if the majority spelling in the program right now is any indication]; and (B) becuase when I went to the Wiktionary, the first thing I saw was this redirect page: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/email The counter-arguments are: (A) who cares how things are now, if there's a better way [see also: "blacklist"] - after all, this ...Continue Reading

Re: CVS Updates

July 31st 2005 UTC

> Hey Shane, > Can you make sure you do an "Update" before you edit and commit > changes in the CVS? I *always* assume you're the prolific one...so my procedure from the start has been to hit that "update" button like a rat on cocaine -- both before I start work on a file, and occasionally also when I'm in the middle of something time-consuming. ...And with all those updates, I've never had a conflict. > I'm getting a lot of conflicts - basically any > file we're both on, because y ...Continue Reading

Re: spelling conventions: opinions welcomed!

July 31st 2005 UTC

Thus sayeth Dada Mail (Justin Simoni), at 10:35 PM on 8/1/05: > "shortname" itself is >sort of an example of itself (there's a fancy word for this which I >cannot remember...) Either "homogeneous" or "autological". ...Continue Reading

CVS Updates

July 31st 2005 UTC

Hey Shane, Can you make sure you do a, "Update" before you edit and commit changes in the CVS? I'm getting a lot of conflicts - basically any file we're both on, because you're using an older version of the file, Cheers, Justin Simoni ...Continue Reading

Re: spelling conventions: opinions welcomed!

July 31st 2005 UTC

>Following is a list of alternate spellings. The italicized ones are "correct" >according to Wikipedia &/or Wiktionary. Unless there's disagreement or >discussion to be had, I'll be using the first (bolded) one in each list...so if >you dislike any of those, now's the time to say so! > >e-mail, email *********************** begin excerpt *********************** A note on email versus e-mail Newly coined nonce words are often spelled with a hyphen, but the hyphen disappears when the wor ...Continue Reading

Re: spelling conventions: opinions welcomed!

July 31st 2005 UTC

> Following is a list of alternate spellings. The italicized ones are > "correct" according to Wikipedia &/or Wiktionary. Unless there's > disagreement or discussion to be had, I'll be using the first > (bolded) one in each list...so if you dislike any of those, now's > the time to say so! (I'll cast my votes on things I feel strongly on) > ??? shortname, short name I think it's used widely in Dada Mail as, "shortname", but short name, or even Short Name is probably be ...Continue Reading

Re: little CSS tweaks, as req. by Justin & Alfred

July 31st 2005 UTC

> Personally, I like this latter, svelte (and a little more > consistent with the default Web buttons) option. But, hey, the big, > bulbuous buttons are good too. I do like the larger buttons - if you look between the style changes between 2.9 and anything below, everything did get a bit larger and I do like the breathing room between the text inside the buttons and the borders of the buttons themselves. > Yup, that sounds like enough of a challenge. :-) I'll see what I > can do.... It is : ...Continue Reading

Re: .tmpl code-formatting convention changes

July 31st 2005 UTC

Shane, Let's do: > > > and > > This - but let's use, "begin" instead of, "start" - it goes more with the conventions of Perl :) Justin Simoni ...Continue Reading
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