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Mon May 21 17:06:09 EDT 2007
On 5/21/07, Etan Reisner <pidgin at unreliablesource.net> wrote:
> On Mon, May 21, 2007 at 01:42:15AM -0400, Neal Ylitalo wrote:
> > Unless the psychic plugin breaks Bot Sentry even when it's
> > disabled (very unlikely, although I haven't checked to see for
> > myself), I fail to see the logic in killing psychic when the user could
> > very well just disable it.
> > Or am I mis-interpreting the use of the word "kill", and you gentlemen
> > just mean that the user should disable it?
> > Neal
> I have a personal, well-known dislike of the psychic plugin, and would
> love nothing more than to see it die. I believe that the psychic plugin
> adds nothing of any real value and merely advocates and encourages
> juvenile behaviour (juvenile not in the pejorative sense but in the age
> I always advocate disabling the plugin when it conflicts with anything
> else, which includes when it conflicted with the 'hide new messages'
> setting in pidgin, I am unsure if that is worked around at this point or
It is true that the Psychic plugin adds nothing of value. However, it
raises the interesting question of what to do when there is a conflict
between plugins. I don't think the answer will always be "kill one of
the offending plugins". It just so happens that it is convenient in
A red eyed, mumbling mammal capable of conversing with
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