Breaking backwards compatibility means breaking programs and functions depending on that, which requires someone to go and spend labour fixing that.

Guess which projects and features get less resources spent on them? It's not the big and popular ones. They keep working.

It's the smaller, weirder, more niche, or less valued by society ones which suddenly become unusable.

And the people depending on those projects who get left out.

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