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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject [OT] Re: [IMP] Code Freeze (was: End of code freeze)
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 17:10:14 GMT
[this is really off-topic now]

Thibault Cantegrel wrote:

> Sylvain Wallez wrote:


>> Bertrand explains a well known child group game in french-speaking 
>> countries which is names "Jacques a dit", which translates to "Jack 
>> said": you must do what follows "Jacques a dit", but must absolutely 
>> no do it otherwise. If you fail to do it right, you quit the game.
>> Now about the code freeze / unfreeze / refreeze / release, I let you 
>> decide as I'm currently too swamped to follow closely the flow.
>> This makes me think: we could use continuations to model what's 
>> currently going on here ;-)
>> function release() {
>>  var codeFreeze = cocoon.createContinuation();
>>  fixBugs(bugzilla);
>>  if (bugzilla.openBugs() != null) {
>>    // restart
>>    codeFreeze(codeFreeze);
>>  }
>>  makeDistro();
>> }
>> Sylvain (obviously ousing continuations too much)
> Arf.
> I guess it is cocoon.createWebContinuation(), isn't it ?
> I say that because you explained it to me this afternoon (GMT+1) on 
> the white board in front of us.
> (I found it funny to discuss here when we are standing next to each 
> other in the same room !)
> Jacques a dit : finissons notre boulot au lieu de pĂȘter un plomb sur 
> la mailing-liste ! (I don't know the translation for that)

Thibault, this is a very bad practice to write things that other people 
can't understand. So here it is: "let's finish our work instead of 
writing silly things on the mailing list" (more familiar words are used, 

Hey, why so? Welcome to the Cocooners' friendly chat room ;-P


Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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