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>>>>>   <tomas@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On Thu, Mar 28, 2019 at 07:51:53AM +0100, deloptes wrote: [...]

>> Anyway emacs is not bad for those who know it, but it is
>> impractical because you have mostly vim installed, so learning vim
>> is a must indeed.

> Eating roquefort is impractical because you gotta drink wine anyway
> :-)

LOL. Maybe some gongorzola with mascarpone could be more pratical?

> Look -- you can do both (I do). If you're looking for excuses to
> stay away from Emacs: no need to, just do.

Perfect. It is free software, rule 0, you are free to use it "for
whatever purpose you want" and this freedom includes not using it.

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Warning: gnome-config-daemon considered more dangerous than GOTO