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>>>>> "Thien-Thi" == Thien-Thi Nguyen <email@example.com> writes: Thien-Thi> firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Sperber [Mr. Preprocessor]) writes: Thien-Thi> That's reasonable, but I, personally don't. Thien-Thi> here's your chance to design a process that other people can use. Thien-Thi> - A unique naming scheme can serve its function Thien-Thi> if Thien-Thi> it's formulated in the context of a fixed set of proposals, Thien-Thi> effectively forming a library collection. Ideally, this collection Thien-Thi> would be comprehensive in some sense of the word. Presently, in Thien-Thi> almost any sense of the word, the collection that would result from Thien-Thi> the current SRFI set is not comprehensive. Thien-Thi> i isolated the bad word here. "ideally" is also tempting, but "if" wins Thien-Thi> by precedence. it seems to me that predicating "usefulness" on vague Thien-Thi> notions of hypothetical completeness means nothing can ever be deemed Thien-Thi> useful. You're right, of course. I seem to remember writing the word "best" before the "if", but it seems that never happened. If you read the rest of what I wrote, I never contested usefulness. There's some context you snipped. -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla