> I don't (unfortunately) agree with the statement:
> Windows is obsolete in all interesting segments, remaining only on
> the desktop
> It appears to me that it's significantly more relevant then any bsd or
> sparc ports. Well, I kind of agree with the statement only because I
> have no interest in running windows unless there is a good commercial
> reason for the effort.
Sure, if you consider the sheer number of installations and users.
When talking about "interesting segments", I meant that the major
battlefields these days are either in the smartphones and tablet area,
with server (cloud) systems, or - traditionally (also in terms of sheer
numbers), but largely unnoticed by the consumer - embedded systems. The
desktop is losing importance.
Especially for embedded systems PicoLisp might still have unexplored
potential (right, Jakob?), but also for distributed databases.