Re: GNOME Office list, and Sun/AbiWord

> > P.S.: Anybody knows if there is a plan to port gnome (specially bonobo)
> > to others platforms?  Miguel thinks that it's a "two hours work", but I
> > would sleep better if somebody boots in a windows machine, sit down and
> > port gnome to windows.
> No one is working on it, but it could likely be done as part of the
> GNOME 2.0 effort. 
> I think "two hours" is an exaggeration, but it probably isn't that
> hard. Getting ORBit running is likely the only moderately hard thing.
> Daemons such as oafd and gconfd may also require some thought, I don't
> know how they would translate to Windows. Well, GConf has a
> sufficiently abstracted API that you could use the same API and
> implement it in an entirely different way on Windows.

Actually, someone has done this work already.  They have the full
GNOME running on Windows using U/Win now.  


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