On Wednesday, 7 January 2015 at 11:46:19 UTC, Iain Buclaw via
That is where the value-for-money factor comes in. I cannot
traction occurring in Joakim's badly thought out idea unless
some *new* to give.
I somehow feel that there is a commercial closed source
opportunity in reducing the feature set somewhat (and fix
critical bugs) then redo the memory model so that it performs
well in production.
It makes sense for a business that have 5 developers working on a
product to pay $10.000/year to get more productive. Of course,
this is a shaky business model since the ROI could go out the
window if the D community decides that a stable polished version
of D is a worthy goal...