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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This is the point I was trying to make a little while ago in a conversation. Some want features that contradict, some want things which don't make sense and some don't even know what they want. There is also that small percentage which can never be pleased...

    Some regard it as a "personal feature", as if always telling you it's "not the best" or "can be better" will help lower prices and push you to do even better. Usually it turns you off completely.

    I've always worked extra hard for a client that said "it's great, though I wish I could have..." and go out of my way to try and get them that feature or fix. Those that automatically said "my cousin knows a guy who can do better" got the reply "go ahead, get them to do it."