>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
I hope you don't mind me redirecting this to the list.
Also, I don't expect to, say, "catch up to GNU" by
then, I'm just
saying I hope the project will show visible progress and activity by
I'm getting more convinced that upgrading existing packages in the
tree. even introducing new packages, is the right tool to use. That
way we will focus on improving functionality users use and at the same
time find what APIs we need to improve to be compatible with GNU.
Most of all I think it is much easier than to introduce core
functionality in isolation. It is really just to pick a package, see
whether it has been upgraded upstream and try to sync. That will
trigger some things we need to adress possibly in the core etc.
We had a recent gnus update. What other packages do you think are
falling behind and needs to be upgraded?
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