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Re: [Demexp-dev] Joyfully marching towards OCaml Summer and running stra

From: Félix
Subject: Re: [Demexp-dev] Joyfully marching towards OCaml Summer and running strainght into the Big Wall of Fear
Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 23:05:40 +0100

Dear Ketty,

I understand your concerns. In demexp we have always taken the approach that we
do not put pressure on ourselves and on those who contribute. There is not such
things as commitments or deadlines. Things may be slower this way but this is
also why we're still here. So don't worry and don't feel guilty in any way! Studies
are very important and you can spent more time on demexp at a more appropriate


On 2/12/07, ketty <address@hidden> wrote:
I have bad news about ocaml summer. i am suddenly very scared by it.
it is so far away in the future and so long, i don't longer feel
comfortable making a commitment like that. this is partly because in a
very short amount of time has recieved two unrelated
proposals for votingsystems (the first was not opensource though, and
i don't know about the technical quality of the second compared to
demexp yet). and in the case that would go with some
other system than demexp i would like to be able to shudle my
commitments accordingly...
another part of the reason for fear is that i have previously had a
very high rate of failed courses in school (because of my unability to
handle longtime commitments in a sane way) and this term everything
has gone flawlessly (so far) because of a lot of random ahead of time
studying. i would like to continue doing well in school and the summer
would be a perfect time to do random ahead of time studying.
with all that said i still don't want to abandon demexp, and i feel
really bad about freaking out. i guess the only way to clear my
concience is to do really much demexp-related work :-)

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