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    SubjectRe: If Linux is to succeed
    Jason Benderly <jbenderl@PaineWebber.COM> wrote:
    > Hi,

    > Sorry for the waste of bandwidth but the subject is
    > the most important one facing Linux, and it has been
    > mentioned on the list.

    > Linux needs applications to succeed in business. No question
    > about it. Not the pathetic Applix or buggy WordPerfect. Why is
    > it that the Windows API has not been ported to Unix? Why not the
    > Microsoft Foundation classes? Why not ActiveX/OLE/DCOM.

    > Microsoft operating systems are second rate. Everyone knows that.
    > Microsoft applications and applications architectures are the very best.
    > Everyone knows that too, and that is why they hold 90% of the market.

    This is B.S.

    If MS is second rate, then why implement all that MS support on Linux?

    Java will save the world... amen.

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