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    Gorm 1

    Today marks the occasion of the release of Gorm 1.0, the Interface Builder for the GNUstep project, and with its release, comes the obsolesence of the GNOME and KDE projects. Finally, today, Free Software users can enjoy the power of a well-designed, powerful object-oriented system derived from OpenStep, legacy to the acclaimed MacOSX, through GNUstep, our loving reimplementation of the OpenStep standard.

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    http://www.gnustep.org/experience/Gorm.html
    http://www.gnustep.org/

    Doesnt look all that flashy to me...and GnuStep, AfterStep, NeXtStep never seemed that intuitive to me. Call me wrong certainly.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Looks like gnustep.org has been slashdotted.
    My sole duty is to my own happiness and well-being. I recognize no other.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Had to figure this would happen.

    Damn /.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    I doubt KDE or Gnome will be obsolete any time soon

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    Re: Gorm 1

    can anyone tell me how to install GNUstep and get it to run as a user?

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Quote Originally Posted by KingBahamut
    Call me wrong certainly.
    OK, you're wrong certainly.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Quote Originally Posted by xequence
    I doubt KDE or Gnome will be obsolete any time soon
    You have a point. They have a stranglehold on 0.5% of the market each and they're not letting go.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Quote Originally Posted by KingBahamut
    At least OS X comes with a built in spell checker.

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Quote Originally Posted by KingBahamut
    Today marks the occasion of the release of Gorm 1.0
    Uh - weren't NeXT up to 1.0 of IB about SIXTEEN years ago? One more thing: when did GNUstep start? Wasn't it about 1996 - eleven years ago?

    Now they've made 1.0? Watch out, world!

    PS. I like OpenStep. Linux should have it. If it did, it could become the new market gorilla, especially with Mark S pushing it through *buntu. But what's being done on the OpenStep side right now is sporadic and anything but ambitious. Yes, it would be nice if someone put some support (financing) behind such an effort. I know I would devote a lot of time to it and I know I have considerable time to do just that. (Read this at all, Mark?)

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    Re: Gorm 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick 1
    You have a point. They have a stranglehold on 0.5% of the market each and they're not letting go.
    Boy, and what a stranglehold it is...

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