"Data blocks" syntax specification draft
Ned Batchelder <ned at nedbatchelder.com> writes:
> You've proposed it and asked for feedback, but you seem to be
> completely ignoring the feedback people are giving you.
Another problem with the proposal: The motivation to introduce such a
large change is not compelling. What is the problem this proposal aims
to solve? Why solve it with such a large amount of fundamental change,
when (as discussed in this thread) there are apparently many existing
solutions that work well?
If there's a problem that existing solutions are not addressing well,
the proposal needs to do the work of explicitly stating the problem and
its constraints, demonstrating an understanding of those existing
solutions and how they are inadequate to the explicitly described
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