Open Source Migrates With Emotional Distress

Legacy code is bad and if you keep using it, it’s really your own fault.
There are many variations of the same thing floating around in Open Source
communities and it always comes down to the same thing: at one point
something is being declared old and it has to be replaced by something
newer which is better. That better typically has some really good
arguments on its side: we learned from our mistakes, it was wrong to begin
with or something along the lines of it being impure or that it propagated
bad ideas. Maybe that new thing only supports the newest TLS/SSL and you
really should

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