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Saturday March 6th, 1999

Eric Murphy, a regular contributor of news items and forum posts has an article up at osOpinion.com regarding a Linux/NGLayout/XUL convergence. You can check it out here.


#10 GNOME & KDE: Heard of them?

by Jay T. Millar <jmillar@eaglequest.com>

Monday March 8th, 1999 7:43 PM

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While I believe Eric's comments have merit, what is the point in creating a whole user interface based around the web browser's architecture when two large scale efforts which are close to being complete have already addressed this? Has the man never heard of KDE or GNOME? Simply make Mozilla GNOME-compliant (offer services via ORB), and be done with it. Mozilla uses GTK, GNOME uses GTK....it seems pretty obvious to me. Integrate Mozilla into the GNOME project and you pretty much have what was being described......