> Jeremiah Dodds <jeremiah.dodds <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> I think it's more like "attracting more users is less of a priority than
>> appealing to what others are used to", there's plenty of improvement and
>> development of Emacs going on.
> Yes, but if we take Google Trends as an indicator interest in Emacs
> is decreasing:
> http://www.google.com/trends/?q=emacs >
> Shouldn't it be a concern? Shouldn't those kinds of improvements
> be given more priority which can increase the interest in Emacs?
No, why should Emacs and users and developers of Emacs be concerned with
increasing the interest in Emacs? It's already a name that practically
everyone who writes software has heard of, and the type of people that
like it stick with it.