email@example.com (Paul Prescod) writes:
> For the same reason that anybody ever lines up behind any language
> standard, formal or informal. They want to be able to develop code
> (or whatever) and know that it will work on every implementation of X.
> Developing in an environment with the world's most wonderful GUI or
> module system is not very useful if I can't use the code on the
> Scheme system that I must deploy on.
But Guile is a specific implementation, not a standard. There is no
reason to believe that Guile's interface will be adopted by all the
other Scheme's. So why is that an incentive?
Are you somehow being forced to deploy on Guile? I don't understand
your comments at all.