____/ nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on Saturday 08 September 2007 22:18 : \____
> Qualcomm donates the e-mail program Eudora to the open-source
> BOSTON (Reuters)-Eudora, a pioneering e-mail program named after
> author Eudora Welty, is rising from a technical grave as an open
> source program after owner Qualcomm Inc quit selling the product in
> 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!
~~ Best of wishes
Roy S. Schestowitz | Vista: Windows XP with bling-bling, nothing else
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