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RE: Point-of-order issue (was: RE: PCI ...)
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- From: Brooks Lame <Brooks_Lame@mcg.mot.com>
- Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 16:47:19 -0700
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(Origninal message at end)
Well, I consider things like this a critique. And in my own projects, I try
to be open when someone tells me they've found a problem (most of the time
they were just doing it wrong, but sometimes, once in a while, they're
right). _Nobody_ is infallible, regardless of your experience or IQ. Stay
humble, stick to the facts, be honest, and that should minimize the
inevitable damages. This concludes our editorial interruption...
Design Engineer, Motorola Monterey Design Center
Standard Disclaimer: Editorial viewpoints are not necessarily those of
> However, I find myself uncomfortable with the idea that this
> list will be used to publicly criticize another company's
> products in a public way. Certainly this has been done before,
> both here and in places like USENET, but I have to wonder if
> this kind of discussion is more divisive than productive.
> Hard line position: Well, if you don't like it, don't
> make crappy products and then try to spin doctor them.
> Soft line: This is better done in private e-mail, and
> in public talk about it in a generic way, at least until
> the defendant company comes up and names itself.
> I can see it either way. What does the rest of this group