Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Aug 2006 13:02 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
Linspire Three weeks ahead of schedule, version 1.0 of Freespire, the no-cost community version of Linspire, is now available from the project's website. You can download a completely open source version, or a version that includes various proprietary codecs and drivers for an improved out-the-box experience. Screenshots.
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RE[4]: Seems rushed...
by abdavidson on Wed 9th Aug 2006 03:06 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Seems rushed..."
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"You do know this is Mozilla Composer with a purple icon right? This isn't the only example either. Linspire has a bad habit of leeching of other people's work without giving proper credit."

You obviously don't know anything. Linspire did found, does maintain and is the lead sponsor of NVu.

Read and learn

And more recently

Edited 2006-08-09 03:08

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RE[5]: Seems rushed...
by kernelpanicked on Wed 9th Aug 2006 03:19 in reply to "RE[4]: Seems rushed..."
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From the link YOU posted...

" MozNews: What are your hopes and goals for Composer, now renamed to NVu?

DG: Disclaimer: the following lines represent my personal wishes and hopes, and not Lindows Inc.'s views on Nvu.

I'd like Nvu to become the companion standalone editor to Firefox and Thunderbird. The third and last element missing from the Mozilla Application Suite. I want it to become a good wysiwyg editor that we won't be afraid to compare to the big players on the market. I want Nvu to be a disruptive innovation* in the HTML editors' market, reaching success from the low-end market share, the one that the big players don't want to or can't address. And don't forget Nvu is cross-platform...

You were saying?

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