[dojo-contributors] what is the raison detre for dojo 2.0.

Revin Guillen rg at sevenite.com
Thu Oct 11 13:12:28 EDT 2012

Haha, I knew someone would try to do that :-)

The point isn't so much the (im)perfection of the comparison, but ... actually I think that's the essence of Rawld's initial question: how do we interpret the analogy?

On Oct 11, 2012, at Oct 11 | 10:04 AM, Kitson Kelly wrote:

> On 11 October 2012 17:54, Revin Guillen <rg at sevenite.com> wrote:
> Just like how modern cars don't burden the user with learning how the engine, transmission, suspension, etc. all work, just to drive to the grocery store--if that type of driving is all that interests you, you'll never be a Formula One driver, but that doesn't mean you don't benefit from Formula One technology when it trickles down into consumer vehicles.
> But to extend this analogy (or it is a simile) we are building tools for car manufactures, not chauffeurs   Having an understanding of how combustion engines works should be a prerequisite.  Telling people they can be a car manufacture and not understand what they are doing is a disservice them.  Providing tools that make it easier, quicker and more stable versions of cars is what I think Dojo is about.
> If I wanted to build cars for drivers, I would be working on another project.
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