Re: it’s a known… known what? In summary, “issue” is a profound understatement of corporate coding’s subscription distraction, to collect baby allowance for buttery MIT suction cups. Cute! Aside from distraction, Sublime 4’s only significant enhancement over 3 is the developer price grab. Hungering for another version 1-2 punch-up here [hurt]. Not that driving slicker code wheels to their suction depot necessarily improves GRUNT ST Coding, above and beyond what it is, 2 decades and counting of solid performance. Will they use their new millions to finally WYSIWYG? Or, is the grab specialized, squander to further Elite Baby Care programs, like MIT? Screw the masses! Taxing communication is the New Suction Depot policy. “Suck with us,” or suffer worsening distraction? America is suffocating to death, Sublimely!
Sublime cost 1991-2021 $ 300 - projected 2021-2041 $ 2,000 - SNAPSHOT
Query, did Europeans suffer the same crash, or did my Google faithfully portray it as another colonial kick-in-the-face? Why us again? How can we secure Sublime’s colonial coding environment? That’s my wonder, having witnessed 4107 crashing critical Package Control infrastructure, while France-Spain-Germany chortled in glee. Diabolical greed shammed as a scam, literally taxing living communication. Sublime crash recovery imprinted forever, parallel to Covid culture’s vaccine addiction. Pricing scam that offers us no relief, taxing our children’s communication with Subscription Boosters. Pray they survive to enjoy what is Sublime, regardless. Technocracy is a massive technical issue. Something like an Atom-Sublime parallel cross-platform venue would serve us well. Put a check on flourishing greed, if properly regulated.