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Let's kill scala-lang.org/node/220
As much as I love to tell those "language experts" to spend more than
5 minutes on the website before judging Scala, could we maybe start
fixing documentation on the webpage which is just completely insane?
A list of simple Scala snippets, useful to understand some basics of
the language, as well as to see what Scala code looks like.
And then doing Stuff with ClassManifests and implicits?!
I heard that Heather had already some thoughts about how the "future
of documentation" should look like ... maybe we could get things done
this time, before the usual Scala-bashing starts again when those
"pragmatic, industrial experts" introduce their next Java successor?
Thanks and bye,