> A. We think you should change emacs to be the way we want it.
> B. Well, we like it the way it is.
> A. No, you're too old-fashioned or hidebound; you need to get with the
> program. You need to make emacs a tool for modern programming practices.
> B. Why? It works for us.
> A. But it doesn't work for us!
> B. Um...
B. Um… but making it work as you want takes less time than this
discussion, as shown by pjb on cll.