I like the article, although Lucas' suggestions have merit. On the grammar nitpicking front I spotted a couple of things: The first paragraph of the 'memory savings' section says 'Tinymail achieves this by being very aggressive with it's memory management' - 'it's' there should be 'its'; the possessive form has no apostrophe (one of the most common mistakes in English I think). The second paragraph of that section includes 'the memory for all the other ones' which I think flows better as 'the memory for all the others'. 'Interfaces' section: why is 'interface-based programming' in quotes? To me this implies that the author doesn't think it's a real programming system, or misnamed. I think interface-based designs are common enough now that we can all accept that it exists. Third paragraph of the same section 'And it does not matter wat' - I suspect that last word should be 'what'. The next paragraph says 'there is a lot of explicit up and downcasting' which needs a couple of hyphens to make the prefixes work: 'there is a lot of explicit up- and down-casting'. 'back to the future' begins with 'There has been quite some interest in the Tinymail-project'. I would suggest 'There has been a lot of interest in the Tinymail project'. 'quite some interest' is awkward. And that's it! It all gives a wonderful sense of nice things on the horizon, and the news that it filters back into memory savings in Evolution itself will please a lot of people - myself included.
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