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Re: [Otter-Project] Doug's post to the Otter developer on his forum

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  • tasseau{Martillo}fg
    Doug always has had a way with words. are there any bets or takers on how long the ingrate will last, till errors overwhelm his product. since he left, will
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 12, 2006
      Doug always has had a way with words.
       
      are there any bets or takers on how long the ingrate will last, till errors overwhelm his product.  since he left, will he slip back after he has gone down the tubes?
       
      tass
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 4:55 AM
      Subject: [Otter-Project] Doug's post to the Otter developer on his forum

      Here is what Doug thinks ----

      To the mysterious developer and all users: The OTTER program was an
      unknown until a few years ago when the Old Time Radio Researchers
      group adopted it and began to revamp its flawed database. We have
      spent thousands of man hours researching and verifying information
      that is used for the database within OTTER. The Researchers group is
      entirely responsible for the surge in popularity of this program and
      for the quality of the database contained therein. Putting the
      database that we created on a website for anyone to edit is a BIG
      MISTAKE!!!! This will only lead to the ultimate demise of the OTTER
      program because everyone will have different databases with a high
      probability of errors. This will be discovered quickly by serious
      users and the credibility of OTTER that our group worked so hard to
      attain will be brought down to ground zero in no time. Your
      unwillingness to communicate with us over the past few years did not
      stop us from supporting, developing and improving your fine program.
      Your decision to abandon us and leave the editability of the
      database open to the public is your decision to make albeit a poor
      one. You sir, are an ingrate. It's a shame you don't see the damage
      you are going to cause.



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