On 25.11.2014 21:49, Paul Bolle wrote:
On Tue, 2014-11-25 at 21:07 +0100, poma wrote:
> On 25.11.2014 20:59, Josh Boyer wrote:
>> Answers can be precise without actually being helpful. Yours tend to
>> lack context that would allow people to easily understand them. In the
>> future, it would be more helpful to fill in some of the context and use
>> words and sentences in communcations instead of just dumping the output
>> of various commands or linking to random youtube videos.
> Interpretation is an obstacle to perfection.
There's no perfection in communication.
Communication is messy. Communicating in a foreign language is even more
messy. (It seems English isn't your first language. Dutch is my first
language). Don't try to be perfectly precise.
Try to be clear. That's hard enough.
We go perfectly nowhere with this subthread, therefore it is perfect.