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Re: OpenStep anniversary

From: Nicolas Roard
Subject: Re: OpenStep anniversary
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 13:16:12 +0100

Le 19 oct. 04, à 12:31, Nicolas Roard a écrit :

Le 19 oct. 04, à 08:25, Dennis Leeuw a écrit :

Adam Fedor wrote:
On Oct 18, 2004, at 1:23 PM, Dennis Leeuw wrote:

FYI, I just put these on the gnustep web site (takes an hour or so to update):
http://www.gnustep. org/information/Booklet.pdf

Ok. Changed that and also posted it to LinuxToday and Slashdot... let's see what happens...

I posted it to osnews and too... here is the french version I posted for linuxfr, a bit modified:

I posted it to slashdot too, I guess it could be nice to have multiple submissions ;-)
modified the text a bit to:
<p>Today, the OpenStep API celebrates its 10th anniversary. What started out as a joint adventure of NeXT and SUN to define an application development standard that would run on all machines, making "write once compile everywhere" a reality, is still unfolding within the vivid and active community of GNUstep, old NeXT and Apple lovers. GNUstep is a Free Software Foundation implementation of this standard, and Apple Cocoa is a direct descendant of the original implementation by NeXT.
<p>Programmers worldwide can develop their programs on Mac OS, Linux, the BSDs, Solaris, and with a couple of hurdles -- even on Windows. This solid and well-defined standard is reaching out to the world of software development, slowly but surely, and let you program your applications in a couple of hours instead of days, weeks or never, using the advanced API of a development framework that hasn't needed significant modification for 10 years, because it rocks, is stable and just works..</p>
Some GNUstep links:
<li><a href="";>the main GNUstep website</a></li>
<li><a href="";>the GNUstep wiki</a>
<li>a <a href=" brochure.pdf">presentation brochure</a></li> <li>a <a href="http://www.gnustep. org/information/Booklet.pdf">booklet about GNUstep</a></li> <li><a href="";>an article introducing GNUstep</a></li>

Other links,
<a href="";>
Objective-C</a> and
<a href="";>
Apple Cocoa</a>

We should submit the story to others sites :

Nicolas Roard
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