It has only been a few months since the Emacs community went through an extended discussion on how to make the Emacs editor "popular again". As the community gears up for the Emacs 28 development cycle, (after the Emacs 27.1 release in August) that discussion has returned with a vengeance. The themes of this discussion differ somewhat from the last; developers are concerned about making Emacs — an editor with decades of history — seem "modern" to attract new users.


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