[cap-talk] "ACLs don't" paper rejected from Oakland 09

Raoul Duke raould at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 12:22:44 EST 2009

> My rule of thumb is that "the reviewer is always right", in the sense
> that if the reviewer didn't understand something, then that's usually
> an indication that a good chunk of the audience probably won't, either,

hear hear. i believe that to be a good tenet for usability in general
-- don't blame the user, "blame" the implementer. in other words,
teaching is hard and, like any empirical process, probably requires


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