Great! I really loved
the idea from the first time
I've read about it. I'd just like to know what flavor of
vi it will be? I think most that'd use it would vote for
? I haven't tried vim6.0 yet so I can't tell how stable
that might be but it has a great feature that most'd like:
For the MUA part I'd sugguest mutt - it's the successor of
elm :-) And elms development has stagnated nevertheless (I
wouldn't bet on any significant change in that...)
signature(" So long\nAlfie");
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