This is great news. Howsever, I think BrowserUk's point is more that Parrot is doomed. I'm not sure why he chose to never say "Parrot" except in the title.
So audreyt's reply rather reinforces at least that part of BrowserUk's thesis. Parrot appears doomed. Though it'd be interesting to hear responses from those who know what is going on with Parrot as to whether this particular design mistake is as characterized by BrowserUk.
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