|Date:|| Tue, 20 Aug 2002 17:34:29 -0700 (PDT)||From:||"Open Magazine" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Subject:|| IBM ports web development with Wine - Open, Aug. 18, 2002
For Open magazine subscribers
The value proposition is clear: For less than $70 on Windows and even
less on Linux, IBM with WebSphere Homepage Builder is serving up a
complete web development suite to the point of including video editing
tools. But can a port with Wine support the complexity of such a menu?
At openBench Labs, it's Lights, Camera, Action!
There's also been plenty of Open Source action at Moto where TWiki
knocked their collaborative SoCs off. With proprietary powerhouses like
Lotus Notes/Domino and MS Outlook/Exchange2000, how can an Open Source
collaboration package break into the big time? At Motorola's
Systems-on-Chip (SoC) Design Technology, it was the old-fashioned way
with a bunch of knowledgeable people. Find out how TWiki works, who's
using it, and whether there is a path to profitability.
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