I just read through it. It might be one reason that there were over
250 new SageMathCloud accounts in the last 24 hours, but that might
also be partly due to the new semester/quarter.
Thanks to all the knowledgable Sage contributors that answered
questions in that thread.
The title they gave it -- 'William Stein says "Sage has overall
failed"' -- seems a bit sensational. I think that if people read
the blog post they will see that I don't mean that the enormous effort
that people like Volker, Jereon, etc., are doing, isn't a fantastic
job. I'm measuring progress specifically in terms of the original
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University of Washington