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FAQ · microsoft/TypeScript Wiki
## I disagree with the outcome of this suggestion

>> I don't think this suggestion should have been closed! What can I do next?

To date, we've received over 1,000 suggestions on the TypeScript GitHub repo. We do our best to read, understand, prioritize, formalize and implement these suggestions. User feedback has been critical in shaping the success of the project. That said, sometimes we'll make decisions that you don't agree with, and sometimes we'll make the wrong call. What should you do if you think we should reconsider something? Let's walk through the five stages of grief.

Denial: It's healthy to believe that a suggestion might come back later. Do keep leaving feedback! We look at all comments on all issues - closed or otherwise. If you encounter a problem that would have been addressed by a suggestion, leave a comment explaining what you were doing and how you could have had a better experience. Having a record of these use cases helps us reprioritize.

Anger: Don't be angry. Specifically, remember that the TypeScript team does not have the resources to continuously relitigate closed suggestions.

Bargaining: Ask yourself: is there a smaller thing that would work? Many suggestions are simply too large of a hammer for too small of a nail. Think about the problem you're experiencing for a while and see if you can come up with a simpler solution that accomplishes the same goal.

Depression: Try not to be depressed about declined suggestions. The features that make it into the language instead might solve your problem in an even better way than you could have imagined.

Acceptance: Repeat this mantra: I will accept the features I cannot have, have courage to submit pull requests for those I can, and the wisdom to know the difference by looking at the GitHub labels.
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5 weeks ago by ndf
Study of the Therapeutic Effects of Intercessory Prayer (STEP) in cardiac bypass patients: A multicenter randomized trial of uncertainty and certainty of receiving intercessory prayer - ScienceDirect
hee hee:
Intercessory prayer itself had no effect on complication-free recovery from [coronary artery bypass graft surgery], but certainty of receiving intercessory prayer was associated with a higher incidence of complications.
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10 weeks ago by jm

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