After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> ____/ nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on Saturday 08 September 2007 22:18 : \____
>> Eudora routinely got strong reviews from computer magazines and had a
>> loyal user base, but commercially it was overshadowed by software that
>> Microsoft Corp included with new personal computers, International
>> Business Machine's Lotus software and Web e-mail programs.
>> Qualcomm donated Eudora to the open-source community, which means that
>> anybody is free to download and use it without paying for the product.
>> Developers can also access the code, change it and share those
> Eveything ends up in the form of open source, which thrives in reuse. This
> marks the impact of an unstoppable trend!
They're taking food off of Ballmer's plate!