On 01/08/12 "rosea.grammostola" wrote:
>>>> LASH failed despite 26 apps supporting it:
I would but linuxaudio.org seems to have gone down :-(
>> That many apps already have a form of session management is one of
The point I was making is supporting multiple session handlers makes
the application more complex than it necessarily needs to be and
increases the amount of code that needs to be maintained.
If LASH has so many faults and nobody is maintaining LASH itself, by
dropping support for LASH in clients we kill two birds with one
stone: 1) there's less maintenence work for devs to do - always good
and 2) it directs users to better solutions such as NSM.
But I don't actually know what user base exists for LASH. I want to
drop support for it but will revolting users castrate me for it?
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