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Re: These NeXTbuntu guys

From: Jason Clouse
Subject: Re: These NeXTbuntu guys
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 10:25:47 -0400

GNUstep is more than ready for "prime time".

It is ready for "prime time" in the Biotech workstation/cluster
environment, which saving lives curing cancer and malaria, is a hell of
a lot more important than desktops, utils, and fancy UIs.

GNUstep can do exactly what scientists appreciated NeXTSTEP for.
An example would be rapid development within days or weeks of UI's for
remote control of Sun and SGI clusters running complex applications.

Such as Mathematica and MIDAS was used.

With Adun Molecular Dynamics simulator, and many other tools, the same
and more can already be done completely in GNUstep.






http://bioinfo.med.unc.edu/glabsoftware/page3.html using GNUstep/GSWeb

GNUstep doing what Objective-C was invented for.

The man who invented Objective-C is a Mathematical/Computational

I am a Biochemist, with 28 years research. I work with Biotechnology

For serious real applications GNUstep works.

Wow. This really needs to be on the website, say in a "Success Stories" page or something.

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