re: How much popularity does a software project need? VIEW POST

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re: A counter-example I've noticed to the instinct of gravitating towards tools with huge amounts of ongoing activity is with Clojure and Common Lisp l...
 

Yeah, this is a really great point. A lot of the JS struggles have to do with how tightly they couple to the browser or whatever platform they run on, which will change out from under them.

 

True enough - being a hosted language means there's a nice clean buffer between the dev and the platform

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