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Date: 2008-05-09 (02:26)
From: Matthew William Cox <matt@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Why OCaml rocks
On Thu, May 08, 2008 at 09:12:07PM -0500, Robert Fischer wrote:
> If people are Googling "Ocaml sucks", they're already gone.
> The fact that they're both high on the "Ocaml" results (#2 and #29 at
> the moment) kinda sucks.  Clearly, we need more quality sites on Ocaml
> on the interwebs.
> BTW, how did Jon get into this?

The article is not about trashing Ocaml as a language. It's about
looking at it *as a user of the language* and seeing how it could be
improved. I agree that it's a healthy thing to do.

It's not necessary, and certainly not healthy, to create a community
that refuses to acknowledge flaws and room for growth in the language
we're trying to nurture. It hinders growth. An open dialogue and a
thoughtful discussion of the issues is the best thing we can do for