two co-existing projects
Mon, 28 Apr 1997 19:13:08 -0700
>From: Fare Rideau <email@example.com>
> The two "camps" do have distinct goals, but not common interests;
> they can work mostly independently, yet enrich each other.
> They differ in that G1 has immediate commercial interest,
> but is not a fundamental shift of any kind for free software,
> whereas G2 is a long-term project, that will require more time,
> but is nearer to our deeper inspirations.
If Group 1 can manage to popularize Lisp a bit among the current generation of
working programmers, then Group 2's work may be much more widely appreciated.
That's my hope, anyway.
The views expressed are mine alone,
unless you agree with me.