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title: "Not old but vintage. Kat-arena"
mobile_menu_title: "Old or vintage. Kat-arena"
title: "Not old but vintage"
mobile_menu_title: "Not old but vintage"
date: 2022-05-11
Author: "Katerina"
description: "Kat-arena takes a glimpse of software aging, a topic ever more relevant today, for video games, for OSes and for numerous software technologies. Just how many ways a software can age?"
description: "Kat-arena discovers software aging, a topic ever more relevant today with apps update limits and Preservation Teams for every kind of soft from video games to OSes. Just one question: how a piece of code can age?"
series: [ "Kat-arena" ]
categories: [ "software", "open source" ]
tags: [ "Kat-arena", "software aging", "open source", "software obsolescence" , "feature creep", "bloatware", "software bloat"]
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# Not old, but vintage
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Both messages can be translated as "this developer sees no point in updating
it to match new requirements anymore".
## A mean to live again
## A way to live again
This painful question of whether devs should support their software by the end of time (rightfully)
causes a revolution in fandoms as fans go berserk.

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