On Tue, Aug 15, 2000 at 01:29:42PM +0100, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>http://www.electricnews.net/sh209x2556.html>> Nothing really new but the author contacted me for details so I felt
> obliged to post this :)
"A group of Linux software developers has created the aptly named Gnome
Foundation in an attempt to create a free alternative to Microsoft's Windows
2. Linux is a goddamn free alternative to Windows.
3. GNOME is not a OS.
"Gnome is also developing a free unified desktop user interface, and a set of
productivity programs to compete against Microsoft's Office suite."
Gnome? The software, the GNOME Foundation or maybe even the Helixcode
"Sun has its own version called Star Office, which is due for release in
I'm not quoting that out of context. So, Star Office is some sort of version
of GNOME, or some form of competitor to GNOME? Release in September? *l*.
I'm not usually the one to pedant, though I think I've got the knack. ;)
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