[fpc-devel] Pascal Standard, and what we can do.

Den cyraid at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 18:36:44 CEST 2015

     Yes, and why does an email/submission not in itself count as a 
vote? This isn't a 'threat' to the Free Pascal eco system, I'm trying to 
help! I hope the 'usuals' aren't thinking that I'm trying to stand up, 
go against, or similar? A standard can only help Free Pascal. It is up 
to us to have no bigger company take over the Standard. An Open 
Standard. I just want to raise Pascal to a level I think it deserves, 
and think this would be a great way for people to come together and 
voice their opinions/votes on specific features. I'm not asking for 
things like inline variables, etc. But I am asking that we stay up to 
date with coding functionality, and expect a certain result. It's the 
worst when someone comes up with an idea, adds it in FPC, and turns out 
people have issues against how it works, or the result wasn't as 
expected, etc.

- Dennis

On 2015-07-24 07:04 AM, Michael Van Canneyt wrote:
> On Fri, 24 Jul 2015, Den wrote:
>> Actually, I recently proposed several changes to CSS, and I'm not a 
>> part of their working group.  I can even track the status of it.
> Sure. Everyone can submit, why not ?
> Marco said "vote" :)
> Michael.
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