PHJF wrote on May 10, 2020, 13:39:
Because legacy, dude. There is so much ancient infrastructure out there, you can't just wipe out support for it and not expect any consequences.
Fork the code. Charge people for legacy support and progress to the modern age. If people don't want to pay for legacy support, they can upgrade. And, let's be honest, in as much as I love Linux, what are these mooks who are running ancient equipment going to turn to? Not Linux.
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