Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th Feb 2008 14:12 UTC
OS/2 and eComStation "It just might be possible for Linux desktop users to get one of OS/2's best features: SOM (System Object Model). Of course, many of you are asking, 'SOM, What's the heck is SOM?' I'll tell you. It's a CORBA object-oriented shared library. Those of you who aren't programmers are doubtlessly staring cross-eyed at the screen right about now. For you: SOM is an easy-to-use universal programming library that both KDE and GNOME developers could use to create programs that would work in any Linux desktop environment."
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by v.alexeev on Sun 10th Feb 2008 15:33 UTC
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2008-02-05

For real? A new one-size-fits-all?
I doubt this is going to be any useful. At least before someone convinces majority of KDE and GNOME core and application developers to move to something entierly new (ok, similar but yet unknown).

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