On 1 Dec, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Yes - there was (is ?) a company in Dublin called Workhorse who wrote such
> workflow systems. John Allen, who surfaces here now and again, worked for
> them many years ago.
>>> Or am I asking too much from today's productivity suites(Staroffice and
>Very definitely WAS. Workhorse, one of very few original developers of
software in Ireland in the late eighties, was taken over by Aldus in '92
and ceased to exist after Adobe took over Aldus. Curiously, recent press
announcements from Adobe imply that they are now doing the workflow
stuff that we were designing for them back in 92/93.
Our workflow software disaappeared. John Allen, myself, and others
tried to revive/redesign it a couple of years ago, but lack of funding
eventually killed the project.
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