Quoting Sean Rima (sean-sender-d3b221 at tcob1.net):
> I can see the point in his arguement but we also have to have some backward
> compatability as there will always be older software used.
At some risk of making Drew's arguments for him: That begs the question
of how/when we move forward, if backwards-compatibility implies
eschewing what's required for broad acceptance.
The ironic part is that he makes these sorts of points in arguing with
_me_. You'll notice I don't GPG-sign using either format.
> ROTFL, I know a few people who still do it :)
Poor bastards. You'd think they'd have expired from sheer haplessness,
Cheers, The X11 approach to device independence is
Rick Moen to treat everything like a MicroVAX on acid.
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