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Erik Malund
08/17/05 13:48
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Mt Airy, Nc

#99587 - negative argument
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
I have seen no evidence of possible failure
That is the equivalent of "I have tested" or "I know my pointer is not Atomic, but It is working"

"No evidence of failure" is worthless
"Evidence of functionality" is valuable

Yes, it seem to be the exact opposite, but proving functionality is a lot more difficult than running some tests. How many units do you know that "fail, but so rarely that we can do nothing about it".


List of 17 messages in thread
The problem here is that some unsuspecti      Erik Malund      08/17/05 10:18      
   promoting?      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 10:33      
      if you do not care if it fails, why even      Erik Malund      08/17/05 10:50      
         Of course      Craig Steiner      08/17/05 12:05      
            You got run over in the parking lot, it      Erik Malund      08/17/05 12:59      
               Ok      Craig Steiner      08/17/05 13:26      
   presumption of innocence      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 13:43      
      negative argument      Erik Malund      08/17/05 13:48      
         Millions      Craig Steiner      08/17/05 13:50      
            the old joke      Erik Malund      08/17/05 13:56      
         do you want to do everything for your ow      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 13:55      
            I will reject everything that does not a      Erik Malund      08/17/05 14:03      
               standards and rejections      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 14:26      
                  but that is enough to ruin you      Erik Malund      08/17/05 14:33      
                     why discussing bit bang      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 14:44      
                        according to...      Erik Malund      08/17/05 15:21      
insane and unreliable      Jan Waclawek      08/17/05 09:50      

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