23 Aug 1999 15:45:49 +0200
>>>>> "JS" == shapj <email@example.com> writes:
JS> If you have an example of an academic who has laughed at
JS> monolithic designs when research on them has been proposed, make
JS> that known. If you do NOT have several concrete examples, then
JS> your text is an undeserved slur on a lot of people, and it is a
JS> fundamentally dishonest thing to say. You are certainly
JS> entitled to that opinion, but a "glossary" is a place for
JS> statements of fact, not for opinions.
"To me, writing a monolithic system in 1991 is a truly poor idea."
(Andy Tanenbaum <ast@CS.VU.NL>)