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Re: really attracting developers


From: Rogelio Serrano
Subject: Re: really attracting developers
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 19:16:58 +0800

On 9/3/06, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:

first place...
Now I figured out that objective-c and windows libraries don't even
compile together, there is very little I can do with
my OSX code on a pc...
I really would like to develop for gnustep. But:
- it has to run on windows smoothly and beautifully, with the app
having a windows like gui. (Come on guys, windows is the most used
platform! This would bring nextstep to the masses!)

does that matter? seriously? if thats important for me i would not be
using open source at all.

what is it exactly that you like about nextstep? the language? i dont
really understand what you are trying to do.

you are a windows programmer right? you would have to do that yourself
or you could pay someone else to do that for you. but i doubt if a
microsoft certified programmer would like to work with gnustep.

nextstep is all about the vertical menus and left hand vertical scroll
bar. its a complete ui design and it does not fit in windows. make it
behave like windows and you just reinvented windows.

who wants gnumail with a horizontal menubar and right hand vertical
scrollbar? or have ribbon instead like office 2007?

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the thing i like with my linux pc is that i can sum up my complaints in 5 items




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