Subject RE: [ib-support] Re: Please remove the ambiguity check
Author Leyne, Sean
> I know,I know. The fact is though, I don't have the skills, or
> indeed enough little grey cells to get involved, and I am full of
> admiration and gratitude for you guys who are doing such a great
> job. But then while it's OK for us humble users to feel really
> unworthy, this shouldn't stop us from expressing our opinions and
> making our points, even forcibly.

All opinions, even made forcibly, are welcome -- heck I'm about as
opinionated as you can get! (as if you hadn't figured that out ;-])

If it hadn't been for forcible opinions the change for ambiguity would
probably not have been made.

But an acknowledgment that improvements come with a 'price' would be

The question becomes the 'price' vs. benefit.

Look at what MS is doing to VB user in their migration to .NET.

By any measure I think you'll find that Firebird competes with the 'best
of them'.