Speaking of Mark S. Miller's writings, here's "The Tragedy of the Common Lisp: Why Large Languages Explode" https://medium.com/@erights/the-tragedy-of-the-common-lisp-why-large-languages-explode-4e83096239b9
@cwebber Thanks for sharing the article. It seems like a language had two options: grow our die.
There are always new patterns and new ideas coming out and I wouldn't say unused features is necessarily a bad thing.
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