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Old 8th April 2014, 11:29   #221
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Aminifu: true they shouldn't be ignored, but there's little you can do when people won't update (for a multitude of reasons) and the reality is Winamp needs to move on from being held back by the old ways if it's going to survive.

and if that means cutting off people who aren't bothered about the Winamp of now (only the Winamp of yesteryear), then it's not really going to make any difference as they won't have been downloading Winamp anyway.

so maybe it's time to break with the old (even if it annoys old time users, but i guess they'll use 2.x anyway, so not an issue as such) and move on forward with what Winamp could be.
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