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Re: What is the most useful potential feature which Emacs lacks?

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: What is the most useful potential feature which Emacs lacks?
Date: Mon, 01 Jun 2020 22:55:41 -0400

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  > More importantly, a single Emacs will force identical configuration on
  > all collaborating users. And, instead of collaborating, they will
  > curse and bicker over every small convenience each of them has become
  > used to.

If they use one single Emacs, that will happen.

  > > Or perhaps one Emacs could be the "server", and the others act as clients,
  > > maintaining mirrors of the document.

  > However, it then follows that each instance is going to have its own
  > supporting tools. So, a power user who has an elaborate setup with
  > LSP, flycheck, whatever, will not be able to share the advantages of
  > his setup with a newbie.

If each has per own Emacs, that will happen.

To avoid both of those problems, we need some other way,
but what could it be?

Dr Richard Stallman
Chief GNUisance of the GNU Project (https://gnu.org)
Founder, Free Software Foundation (https://fsf.org)
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