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Nothing serious happened at all.

the incident was a good call for better dependency management

Wait I thought nothing serious happened at all?

The entire event was serious and highlighted some major flaws in the way we handle dependencies. You're right, I agree.

I never claimed to have experience in writing JS libraries or frameworks

Please, contribute, but perhaps refrain from comments like "simple: don't do that thing!" Maybe you can see how this could be annoying to some of us.

I am sorry that you are annoyed, but I don’t feel I need to write 3 paragraphs to explain my point.

Write and use your own framework and then build a web app with it. A web app that does something

Of course you realize that every framework out there originated as someone's pet project, someone unsatisfied with existing frameworks, and with a different set of problems to solve.

So yeah, I would absolutely encourage anyone to build what they need. And maybe that's not a huge one-size-fits-all "framework", but a simple set of modules, tailor made for their specific needs.

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