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Re: Uniquness of 4.4.2 Modify A Recurring Instance
"Doug Royer" <Doug@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Michael Fair wrote:
> > "Doug Royer" <Doug@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:3F4390A8.1080003@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>Michael Fair wrote:
> >>>... I'm attempting to engage him in a conversation
> >>>over these issues and thus far his pride has been bigger
> >>>than his brains.
> >>It has to do with the fact that you keep mis-quoting me
> >>which makes it not a debate, but a temper tantrum by
> >>you when I will not participate in discussion that is
> >>based on your outrageous mis-quotes.
> > I have merely stated that you have thus far refused to respond
> > to the workflows presented.
> Now your mis-quoting your self.
Prove it. You can provide the proof right alongside the one
that doesn't put any CUA using your model in an infinite loop
once a fixed-id ORGANIZER moves the date of an instance for
the second time. If you can prove it, I'll be happy to take
it back and stand corrected by you so long as you include it
with the important issues too.
<Waste of time and attention>
Here's my defense for my quote:
I stated that you have thus far refused to respond to the
workflows presented, which is congruant with you having
pride bigger than your brains.
Until you provide something contrary to that - the argument
stands as posted. This part of our argument is a waste of
disk space and more importantly a waste of the WG's time
</Waste of time and attention>
Why don't you just answer the question Doug?
What stops a CUA in your model from hitting an infinite loop?
I want you to be right about this. I don't mind getting egg all
over my face for being wrong about this. But most importantly
I want to stop wasting the working group's time and attention
and get an answer from that either confirms or refutes that
this is the actual behavior given your model interoperating
with a fixed-id model.
If you are so incompetent at reasonable argumentation that you
cannot send a response to this message that talks about
reccuring events, the current-value model CUA interoperating
with the fixed-id model, and infinite loops then please send
it to me personally and spare the list the agony of having
their time and attention wasted on your refusal to discuss the
issues as presented. If you can only continue talking about
who's misquoting who I'll be happy to do it, just take it
offline and send it to me personally.
-- Michael --