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dansguardian: I prefer "realist" or "economist" in these terms. All I'm saying is that the development costs for a POP client should under no circumstances have run into four figures, because it's such a trivial thing to do. If I were a troll, I'd provide a link to the Jargon file's definition of it.

egel: I said "about 5 hours", not a day. I'm a busy man. And anyway, lots of you would just say I was bad for releasing something for free and damaging another company's product line if I did do it. There's really no way to win with you lot, sometimes.

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