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Of applications and documents

From: Pascal Bourguignon
Subject: Of applications and documents
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 05:30:32 +0200

David Adam Bordoley writes:
> Stefan Urbanek requested that I forward this email from the linux step 
> general list to you guys. 
> Greetings, 
> Let me introduce myself. My name is dave and I have been somewhat active in 
> gnome over the last year or so, mostly with an interest in usability. I've 
> lurked on this list for a while with some interest, and thought i might add 
> some comments following some of the recent discussion about what 
> applications should be included in linuxstep. 
> My first instinct is to reply that linux step should include no applications 
> at all. Of course I mean this figuratively. Instead i think linux step has a 
> real opportunity to escape the traditional application metaphor and instead 
> provide a documented oriented view of the user's system. 

How plan  you to make  it more successful  than the Lisa  (ancestor of
Macintosh) or the OpenDoc architecture?

Do not adjust your mind, there is a fault in reality.

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