publicly thanking dwdiff

High on the list of things I really enjoy doing is thanking people who contribute to free software. Also high on the list is using software that works well.

So I just wanted to combine the two and say a public thanks to GP Halkes, for writing and maintaing dwdiff. I’ve been using dwdiff since early on in the MPL process, and thanks to two recent changes GP made at my request, it now works even better for my needs (and hopefully better for most people’s needs.) Thanks, GP!