Only a few people reading this (like Ken and Rob my old roommate) will find this amusing (and even surprising) but I'm posting about it anyway.
Today I've finally stopped using
elm after using it for some seventeen years.
Yes, I've finally bitten the bullet and upgraded my primary email client to something that actually sees active development—
mutt (and if you know me, you know that I tend not to upgrade if at all possible—“if it ain't broke, don't fix it”; heck, my main development machine at home is at least eight years old). Since I've been using
mutt at work for several months now, I'm somewhat used to it and figured it was about time to switch. Besides active development,
mutt does have a few features that
elm lacks that I've grown used to.
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