[Bf-committers] Naming layer

Robert Wenzlaff (AB8TD) rwenzlaff at soylent-green.com
Thu Apr 21 04:10:44 CEST 2005

On Wednesday 20 April 2005 08:22, Johnny Matthews wrote:
> >What I find funny is that since it has gone open-source, the Foundation
> seems
> >to be aiming at creating a typical, marketable end-user tool for the
> > masses (BF-Blender) opposed to a "thing that gets the job done" (like NaN
> Blender).
> but a "thing that gets the job done" that has a non "marketable end-user
> tool" look and feel ends up going the road of zweistein. Something that can
> get the job done for sure, but looks like the UI was developed by people
> who said this gets the job done, who cares if the cursor is a banana, at
> least we are not selling out to marketability (either that or tripping on
> acid)!

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