It doesn't help to have no security vulnerabilities if it also doesn't have the desired functionalities. Why don't we all go back to talking only face to face? It's not practical.
By the way, someone down said that Merkel's 6210 was hacked. Isn't this one a dumbphone?
I'm sorry if that sounded a bit aggressive, but I never liked Emacs combos. I did however find that the Lisp integration looked really powerful, if I wanted to dive into that. I can see then why someone that used Emacs only for the combos wouldn't mind leaving it, while someone that had invested in the Lisp configuration would never want to go.
Personally, I prefer to write in VIm since I got used to the composability of commands and I can't find this feature in other editors. As long as everyone is happy and no one is forcing me to use their editor, everyone can use whatever they like.
easy to modify (I never learned Lisp)
What's the point in using Emacs if you don't want to learn lLisp to modify it? I personally prefer to edit in VIm, but I can see the power that Lisp lends to Emacs.
Look, this isn't exactly the bare files, but I think it's as good as it's going to get without their intervention:
I used it to unpack "I have no mouth and I must scream".
Because all Slashdot is these days is bitching about everything.