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Hm. If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen, as some would say,

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 75.139.220.217] on November 22, 2007 09:16 PM
Or, as others would say, "I'll fix it myself!!" - What I mean is, well, if they won't let you play with them, then You should just say, "Fork you!" - The thing is, the developers are developing. Submit something. Put in a suggestion. But like we don't want to drive geniuses away from these important projects by overloading their suggestion box. As someone said, "Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards, for they are subtle, and quick to anger." I guess I feel that the developers have a right to develop without being forced to constantly consider a barrage of suggestions, different styles, cowboys, Indians, etc. Besides, Doesn't OPEN SOURCE mean the source is open, as in open to you to go ahead and fix it yourself?

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