wk at isil.d.shuttle.de
Tue Apr 28 19:23:52 CEST 1998
lilo at dyn-max1-1.chicago.il.ameritech.net writes:
> It's all very well to play when someone brings out his toys, but when he
> won't play fair, one should start thinking about how to give the end user a
> choice of toys.
It's somewhat like the M$ Windoze situation - you can write very good
apps but M$'s apps are always better because they define a new "standard"
which is not compatible to the old one and they are always a little
bit ahead of all others (e.g. Word6 -> Word7, their JAVA API).
The KDE project does exactly that - trying to clone Windoze.
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