Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 23rd Nov 2005 18:54 UTC
GTK+ The GIMP toolkit (GTK+) matures to include yet another platform. This project aims to bring native GTK+ support to the Apple Mac OS X platform. The basic implementation is sponsored by Imendio AB and the work so far has been done by Anders Carlsson (of Imendio).
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RE[3]: Why will they succeed
by segedunum on Thu 24th Nov 2005 23:21 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Why will they succeed"
segedunum
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2005-07-06

Ah, more non-sense from "segedunum".

Thanks for the confirmation ;-).

Ximian did survive just fine until the day it got acquired by Novell. Ximian unlike most other companies during the boom did not spend its money left and right. We had the mentaility of not spending more money than we needed to.

You're investors didn't agree - quite obviously ;-). Please don't try and pull the wool over my eyes, I know it when I see it and I call it like I see it.

The LGPL thing is dead - OK?

But as usual for segendum, he lives in his own world. His reality is made up of his own stories that he spices up over time. Up to the point where his own arguments start making sense to him.

Well it threatens you, hence this ;-). Quite what that means is anyone's guess - you haven't answered any of it I notice.

In reality, we have him commenting on a Gnome story because he feels that anything that helps Gnome (Mono, Gtk being cross platform, Tango) is a threat to his way of life.

Well, after five or six years of the same thing it's hardly a threat to whatever it is you think I claim to cherish ;-).

It must be difficult living in fear. Thats why am extending a friendly hand to segedunum............................................................. .............................else's party is no longer amusing.

That being said (segedunum, please close your eyes now, am talking to the rest, you dont have to read what follows), segedunum reminds me of Dwight from "The Office" in the American edition.


Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. It doesn't alter anything, nor does it answer the comment or any points I've made - does it? ;-).

Edited 2005-11-24 23:22

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RE[4]: Why will they succeed
by miguel on Fri 25th Nov 2005 05:44 in reply to "RE[3]: Why will they succeed"
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2005-07-27


You're investors didn't agree - quite obviously ;-). Please don't try and pull the wool over my eyes, I know it when I see it and I call it like I see it.

The LGPL thing is dead - OK?


Hoping things wont make them so. If you could, you would have produced a quote from them. Shame it does not exist.

I fail to see what the LGPL has to do with this though. Maybe you missed the part where Ximian had free *and* proprietary offerings?

As for your points, those are things that you should discuss with a professional, not with me. If you have specific questions though, I would be glad to answer them. Your assertions are just way out there to bother with them.

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RE[5]: Why will they succeed
by segedunum on Fri 25th Nov 2005 10:49 in reply to "RE[4]: Why will they succeed"
segedunum Member since:
2005-07-06

Hoping things wont make them so.

You and Eazel are out of business and yesterday's news - as Novell will be when certain people have extinguished their cash pile. The clue train left on that years ago.

If you could, you would have produced a quote from them. Shame it does not exist.

How do you know there isn't? There are easy ways and means of finding this stuff out.

I fail to see what the LGPL has to do with this though. Maybe you missed the part where Ximian had free *and* proprietary offerings?

It didn't work, did it? And it was always about the LGPL - "The LPGPL is the best license for business this, that and the other." ESR and Bruce Perens, those people that supposedly write on these topics, also need to realise that telling people they can develop everything for nothing has failed. If people truly want to make open source software work, there it is.

Your assertions are just way out there to bother with them.

I'm afraid not.

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