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Nautilus PR3

Wednesday January 31st, 2001

Eli Goldberg writes in:
"Nautilus, the file manager for the upcoming GNOME 1.4 desktop on Linux, is now available for download in its third and final preview release.

Nautilus offers a glimpse of the Mozilla embedding we may see in the future: Nautilus users experience remote and local web content through Mozilla. Visit #nautilus on irc.gnome.org if you have any questions."


#8 Re: eazel doesn't address linux usability

by imarsman <ianm@niagara.com>

Thursday February 1st, 2001 6:04 PM

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Did you brush your teeth with A5-35 this morning? Lighten up! By your definition it seems that if one is not a general audience member one is a hobbyist and hacker. Does that mean that Windows or the Mac are not good for hackers? By extension, does that mean that Window's and the Mac's targetting of a "general audience" has hampered their readyness for enterprise tasks?

Perhaps, instead, the real world is more complicated and the existence of lots of nice command-line programs beside an excellent file manager does not speak volumes about and OS. Besides, the main point is that Eazel uses Mozilla as its browser component.