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Re: Known MacOS programmer about WO/EOF


From: Armando Di Cianno
Subject: Re: Known MacOS programmer about WO/EOF
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 16:38:35 -0500

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On 2005-03-31 12:08:41 -0500 Guenther Noack <address@hidden>
wrote:
I personally think that when Camaelon 2.0 is released, GNUstep will
suddenly get a small boost of public awareness. It's all about the
look of the interface. (Would OSX have gotten such a big attention
if it wouldn't have had this fancy Aqua-look? ;->) Most people just
can't motivate themselves to try a desktop (*duck*), whose widgets
look this "old".

As an aside, my OSS and ALSA backends (others are planned/protocol
defined) are nearing a point where I'm comfortable with talking about
them as they are not vapourware any longer ... well, to me at least.
:-)  I think other "hardware interfacing" and "simply required"
technologies are really important to attract "developer users" -- i.e.
if GNUMail.app and Cynthiune or MPDCon didn't exist, I probably
wouldn't be bothering with GNUstep too much ;-).  Camera.app, Burn.app
... I think these are all incredibly imporant applications to have, if
a GNUstep based Desktop Environment will ever have a sense of self.

__armando
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