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Random information on the term “GNOME”:

Worse is better, also called New Jersey style, was conceived by Richard P. Gabriel in an essay “Worse is better” to describe the dynamics of software acceptance, but it has broader application. It is the subjective idea that quality does not necessarily increase with functionality—that there is a point where less functionality (“worse”) is a preferable option (“better”) in terms of practicality and usability. Software that is limited, but simple to use, may be more appealing to the user and market than the reverse.

As to the oxymoronic title, Gabriel calls it a caricature, declaring the style bad in comparison with “The Right Thing”. However he also states that “it has better survival characteristics than the-right-thing” development style and is superior to the “MIT Approach” with which he contrasted it in the original essay.

The essay was included into the 1994 book The Unix-Haters Handbook.

Gabriel was a Lisp programmer when he formulated the concept in 1989, presenting it in his essay “Lisp: Good News, Bad News, How to Win Big”. A section of the article, titled “The Rise of ‘Worse is Better'”, was widely disseminated beginning in 1991, after Jamie Zawinski found it in Gabriel’s files at Lucid Inc. and e-mailed it to friends and colleagues.

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