> Politically, this makes a lot of sense. There is no way CNA can state
> other given that the Ada mandate is gone. Seems like they are trying to be
> friendly to whatever choice a program manager decides to make.
Program language choice should not be a political decision.
The DoD ended the mandate that the deck be stacked in favor of Ada in
language decisions. The DoD did not mandate that we pretend all languages
are created equal.
Are you saying that the CNA's job is to play yes-man to the program