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Re: These NeXTbuntu guys


From: Gregory John Casamento
Subject: Re: These NeXTbuntu guys
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2006 06:57:28 -0700 (PDT)

Fred,

Yes, but the problem is that Rick seems intent on ignoring GNUstep.   Most of his "concerns" either have been or are being addressed.

OpenStep and Cocoa are humongous and we (GNUstep) have nearly perfect compatibility code wise and now nib wise too.  So I'm not sure why he seems bent on not listening.

Also, I really don't care how "first rate" his group is, it's a massive effort.   It would be nice to collaborate instead of ignore one another.

Later, GJC
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Gregory John Casamento


----- Original Message ----
From: Fred Smith <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 8:04:42 AM
Subject: These NeXTbuntu guys

...these NeXTbuntu guys are actually a group of first
rate programmers. Check out some of their work here
http://rixstep.com/4/0/index.shtml
Yes, these are unix products aimed at OS X.
Read some of Rick's stuff
http://rixstep.com/2/20060627,00.shtml

For the past year or so Rick initiated a discussion
about NeXTstep and what it would take to re-create the
world's best desktop and development environment as a
modern open source project, perhaps in conjunction
with a solid Linux distro such as Ubuntu. The ubuntu
crowd seems receptive.

It's clear to us that this is a huge project. We
welcome support and, like you, we are looking for
competent programmers. It seems we have something in
common :-)

Unix and Linux need something better than Gnome and
KDE. Heck, the world needs a new OpenStep. Somebody's
gotta do it.
J



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