So.. you spend five weeks writing a web browser in a strictly O'Caml functional style, then I'll see if I can write an O'Caml imperative version that matches your feature set in one year.
Or how about you do your version in O'Caml, and I'll do my version in Java? Again, you get five weeks, and I get a year.
Do it guys, I'd love to see something better in the (free) browser department than Mozilla. (There's a project that could use some desperate refactoring (functional or otherwise))
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