I love the idea of letting go of software that isn’t commercially viable anymore. If one of the appealing ideas behind free software/open source is the ability to inspect/debug/fix software that impacts us, we need to encourage more companies to make this kind of decision. Thanks to Qualcomm and the hard working folks at the Computer History Museum!
This is a great article, I hope the people that want to continue using Eudora can find a way to fund its development.
Attachment to software like this seems a little weird to me, but I guess if someone decided to take away mutt I would be quite up happy. Thankfully that isn’t possible without open source software.
Can the admins merge this story with that one?
I’d rather not have the Medium link, thanks.