Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 30th May 2007 09:51 UTC, submitted by martini
OS/2 and eComStation OpenOffice.org 2.0.4 is now available for eComStation and OS/2 users. "Effective immediately, Serenity Systems International will be distributing a GA version of OpenOffice.org 2.0.4 to all users who ordered the Support Agreement for OpenOffice.org product. This version has been compiled to run on IBM OS/2 and eComStation as a native application. OpenOffice.org version 1.1.5 will no longer be distributed."
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RE[2]: OS/2 relevancy? Yes
by iskios on Wed 30th May 2007 15:20 UTC in reply to "RE: OS/2 relevancy? Yes"
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I was once a devoted OS/2 user. Loved it, but I eventually had to move away from it. Sure, some people still use it, I can still boot it up sometimes for sentimental reasons (in a virtual machine on my intel Mac) and I couldn't go back to using it on a day to day basis.

I remember it with a great deal of fondness, but both the world and I have moved on, not because OS/2 was itself a bad OS, but because IBM refused to maintain and improve it so that it could move into the 21st century.

I went to windows, left that behind too. Went to Linux, and found that interesting enough that I still use it regularly, but when Apple moved to the unix based OS X, I found my new computing home, and unless Apple does something really stupid, I don't think I will be going anywhere from here for a long long time to come.

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