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Tue, 03 Feb 2009 11:26:43 +0100
Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20070801)
I feel a certain gap between the relative easiness, to
write a peace of code for personal use and the
dimension of the question, to implement that in
Altogether with the question if such an implementation
is recommendable at all.
Or to say it otherwise: There are lots of peaces of
code, see `map-file-lines' published on emacs-devel
yesterday, which look perfectly useful for people
knowing Emacs Lisp, regardless of an upcoming
Needles to say: during development process only a
part of that kind of proposals will find its way
into the distribution.
There is some loss, as even these ideas, which don't
prove fit for implementation,
may be helpful for other programmers.
I've thought at a kind of bill-board, where everyone
interested might pin his code onto it.
An account on launchpad seems suitable for that task.
People should get push-permission on a low level,
anyone interested basically.
Right or wrong? Someone interested?
- Emacs-Lisp Bill-Board,
Andreas Roehler <=