Dropping legacy support: Moving forward

Eyal Rozenberg eyalroz at technion.ac.il
Tue Oct 15 20:18:27 UTC 2019

On 15/10/2019 15:56, Magnus Melin wrote:
> If you want to talk resources, I'd say add-ons support is much 
> overspending what they "bring in". There is no financial justifications 
> to spend more then necessary on them. Just try the numbers, it will fail 
> bigtime. Remember maybe around 10% of users use add-ons *at all*. Maybe 
> that means 1% is really what should be allocated for add-ons, if 
> supporting them would be purely due to financial calculations. Where 
> does that put experiments in some years? 0.05%?

Magnus, you're repeating arguments that have already been rebutted in my 
email of 2019-10-03, without you replying to the rebut. Specifically, 
you are citing statistics without providing the source of that 
information nor an explanation on how those numbers were derived.

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