On Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 12:12:20AM -0000, Steve Jacobs wrote:
> 5. Wysiwyg web development - I am a Dreamweaver Ultra-dev power user, so
> until Dreamweaver is ported to Linux or I can find and learn another
> solution, I may be hung on Windows. This probably isn't an essential
> requirement for the small office project, but some easy web design program
> could be useful.
I like Bluefish. It's merely an editor with highlighting, but it's got those
nifty buttons for quickly generating some of the more boring tags. I find it
useful for forms, anyway.
(I found the style of the old Netscrape Composer dreadful, so if you like that
sort of thing, ignore Bluefish ;)
> versions and probably some illegal software to a workable linux office - if
> only they could be shown how. Is anybody out there doing this? Would anybody
> out there like to collaborate and work out how to help people do this?
I'm all for discussion of ways to migrate people. Want to do that on a
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