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I did a little more juggling. Haskell and Java are clearly in the development tools arena. EDA is a specific target audience, similar to amateur radio. I'm not so sure "spins" is the right word there, although an awful lot of the stuff on those beats shows up on the FEL spin. Maybe "audience" is a better term. I would dearly love to see perhaps math, astronomy, chemistry beats, but drumming up owners could be a challenge.

I'm also not so sure about the KDE development beat. Many KDE development tools mesh with other development tools, and I would hate to tey to spilt out a Gnome Development, Xfcs development. What next, gtk+ development? Glade development? -- User:Jjmcd