Re: SPCC & Guild of Implementors

From: Chuck Reed (creed@I-55.COM)
Date: 01/18/98

>  Why not call it "The Society of Elitist Coders"?

Simple.  Because that is not what it is.  Pardon my opinion, but I think
this sounds like some damn
affirmative action law on mud administrators.  If I damn well feel like
having a group of admins/coder who I think are "good", then thats my damned
business.  It's not an equal world.

>  That sounds like a pretty lame purpose.  Originality is very subjective.
>And do you really think you are providing a valuable service by 'warning'
>people about other MUDs?  I bet you won't be warning anyone about YOUR
>mud.  I bet YOUR mud will be one of the top recommendations.

No its not.  Stock = Unoriginal.  A developed MUD = original.  I think this
is the idea he is trying to get across.

Chuck Reed

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