A lot of free and non-track-you-and-data-mine-you-to-hell software on the internet::
A. Refuses to implement features that would make usage skyrocket.

B. See that just because a solution already exists means it doesn't have usage flaws.

C. Caters to technical experts, rather than focusing on a user-friendly experience of non-technical folks.

And this is why Google and Facebook win.

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@farhan I do my best to make my software super user friendly.

That's why I never release much. Never happy with the ease of use so I never consider it "done".

@gudenau That's a separate issue. I'm talking about where there isn't a fear of "is it good enough", but an active rejection of improvement.

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