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    Projects like these seem to come and go. I wonder if the idea isn’t to replace xterm, but to replace the whole terminal stack altogether, and create an ecosystem of tools that aren’t just tacked onto an existing one, poorly. (The article mentions Jupyter/Mathematica style notebooks as a possible alternative.) You also have to remember the reasons why people still use terminals today, and fix the problems they suffer as well. (You might not just be replacing bash and xterm, but the whole system.)