Re: What goes in gnome office ?
- From: Luis Manuel Benítez <luisma gnome org>
- To: Jody Goldberg <jody gnome org>
- Cc: gnome-office-list gnome org, Mikael Hallendal <micke codefactory se>
- Subject: Re: What goes in gnome office ?
- Date: 10 Apr 2002 16:14:50 +0200
El mié, 10-04-2002 a las 15:00, Jody Goldberg escribió:
> On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 02:05:42PM +0200, Mikael Hallendal wrote:
> > > All:
> > > Potential Gnome Office apps:
> > > gnumeric
> > > abiword
> > > dia
> > > sodipodi
> > > ask around for more
> > MrProject (which is why I'm interested).
> That seems like an excellent addition.
> Lets get some of the divisive decisions out of the way. I'll
> tentatively suggest 'document centric application' as the deciding
> point. Using the web page as a starting point :
> Definite Apps
> Presentation Program (To Be Written ?Achtung?)
We are writting a new app for presentatios, called Gibbon, some people
of GNOME Hispano.
We are developing in Gibbon, around 4 or 5 persons, and I hope have a
stable version in 3 or 4 months, but not sure. I will say you out news
when it have more code.
> Probable Apps
> DIA - all are useful, and ideally one could form the
> basis for the shared drawing layer.
> GnuCash - Uses Guppi and has previously expressed interest
> Possible Apps
> GIMP - Damn good, but its large enough to stand on its
> own. Lets leave it up to them. Almost certianly
> not for 1.0.
> Balsa - Might be nice to have an email client, but that
> tends to get religious.
> Galeon - Sweet application, not terribly office-ish.
> EOG - Necessary ?
> ToutDoux - How does this relate to MrProject ?
> GFax - Office-ish ?
> Definite Libs
> Guppi - Lets treat this like a library for now
> gnome-db - I'll tentatively call this a library, no insult
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