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From: Miguel Albuquerque (mfoacs_at_e-workshop.ch)
Date: Wed Oct 30 2002 - 12:11:48 CST
Roman Drahtmueller wrote:
> There is no way around being interoperable these days. SuSE will remain
> what it is, it's just that products need to be adjusted to the world's
> needs. These needs do not remain the same over time. Companies rely on
> their data being readable, while the O/S selection is a question of second
Right, but then, why not an Open Source SuSE Office instead of "Win$
inside" SuSE? What are the security implications of Win API emulation?
StarOffice isn't enaugh? Does it or not MSOffice compatibility?
That's why I got scared. When a company starts looking for
interoperation prior to devellop his own possibilities.
Anyway, thanks for "SuSE will remain what it is..."
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