[Evolution] Re: [discuss] GROUPWARE - Answered: Why "OOGS" ?

Like, GNU stands for Gnu's Not Unix.
Thus the "extra" O  :-)

Sorry, those went out of fashion in the 80s.

I have to agree.

But this is totally immaterial as long as the 'OGS' part means Open
Groupware Standards and the result that come out of it is :
        a) standard


        b) open


        c) agreed upon by all of us

Will probably never happen, but "agreed upon by most" will be enough.

        d) all libraries are licenced under LGPL or some other licence
           with even less strings attached.


        e) nice, multi-system (UNO, CORBA, XPCOM, plain C, etc.) APIs

Im going for XML-RPC at this point.


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