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Re: a look at the browser scene & emacs

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: a look at the browser scene & emacs
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 17:57:52 +0900

Richard Riley <address@hidden> writes:
> Yes, many people would. But the fact of the matter is more and more
> "modern" users come to Emacs and shirk away because like it or not times
> have changed since VTxxx.

Surely emacs is moving in this direction -- but is also being careful to
keep in mind the large existing emacs user community.

There is ample room for people to discuss this evolution, but approaches
that start with "first, toss out the existing user interface" aren't gonna fly.
Emacs isn't going to turn into a fancy notepad clone, regardless of what
"modern" users may (think they) want...


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