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Arawnsley: With due respect, I think you miss the point, which is contained in Peter's last sentence: "Please either convince more developers to help with CX11/Unixlib improvements or persuade more people to subscribe to the project.." Quite honestly, if we let this opportunity go by default for lack of people willing to spend the annual equivalent of a good restuarant meal for two, we deserve everything that befalls us. Get those chequebooks out!


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