[Bf-committers] Re: User-defined Material Properties
gtmacdonald at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 07:30:20 CEST 2005
I don't think a long thread is inhibiting productive discussion at all. The
title is the same each time, if you don't want to read it, just pass it by.
My ramblings certainly weren't so voluminous it's clogged up your hard
I found the entire thread incredibly productive. Even the parts where I was
vague and things got confused, I still got some suggestions I never would've
considered. Everyone's thoughts were all very helpful and encouraging.
I appreciate your suggestion to move to IRC, but I found the last thread so
productive (and enjoyable!) that I will most definitely continue to direct
my questions to this mailing list. No offense to you Mr. Burt, but IRC won't
reach everyone, and seeing as how most of you are awake when I'm asleep, IRC
just isn't appropriate.
I am DEEPLY saddened if this inconveniences you in any way.
On 10/14/05, Chris Burt <desoto at blender.spaceisbig.com> wrote:
> No offense meant to Mr. MacDonald, who seems very intent on being a part
> of Blender development, but is it possible for this very copious amount
> of discussion to take place on IRC? It seems the better medium for such
> frequent postings... I can see here that this mailing list is quickly
> getting in the way of productive discussion.
> Greg MacDonald wrote:
> > Good design and forethought is never a minor issue. :) Have you ever
> > seen those lawns where someone landscapes by occasionally adding a gnome
> > here one day, a bush here another, maybe a pink flamingo next month.
> > Looks like crap doesn't it?
> > Besides through these ramblings Doug has given me an idea. In vertical
> > mode the panel's height could be expanded, but in horizontal mode the
> > width could with the buttons drawn in columns. I'm interested to hear
> > more about the UTF char selector though. I haven't seen that yet.
> > But I think your'e right in that I should shut up now. I have enough
> > information to start hacking. Thanks everyone.
> > -Greg
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