Re: GNOME Networking Idea

On Tue, 22 Sep, 1998, Matt Wimer wrote:
> A number of people over the months have asked about network
> transperancy in GNOME. After all, GNOME stands for GNU Network
> Object Model, so I will tell you where the Network comes in. Network

GNOME = GNU network Object Model enviroment

> An application populates a URL structure. Using a Connection Object,
> the application opens the URL. The Object Request Broker(ORB) that
> owns the Connection Object will return a Location Object. We will
> call this ORB the Network Connection Server or NCS.

Cobra does networking as standard.

"Linus Torvalds has never met Bill Gates" - Robert X. Cringely

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