Kevin Smith zenparsing at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 09:47:53 PDT 2013

> FWIW I disagree with him -- I strongly suspect that by the time this were
> to all go down and a stable polyfill existed there'd already be too much
> then-demanding code in the wild. There probably already is. And at that
> point it's __proto__ all over again -- the standard will have no choice but
> to respect then and the problem cannot be fixed :-/
Why not?  If the `then` symbol is well-known (e.g. easily imported from
somewhere), then why can't libraries be upgraded to use it as an alias for
their `then` method?

{ Kevin }
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