Matt <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ Matt on Friday 17 April 2009 14:22 : \____
>>> I would say hands-down that the cross-platform projects would be
>>> dominant on Linux, but that might not come true if Windows users are
>>> already fairly well-served by some free-beer equivalent. I notice that
>>> Windows Media Center retails for over $100 at newegg.
>> And who says it's any better?
> I mentioned the price of WMC to indicate that there isn't a Windows-only
> free-as-in-beer equivalent to the cross-platform media-center apps.
Cross platform, like Unix, Apple, Windows, Dos, Symbian..?
The issue for development teams is the complexity of maintaining all the
different versions - it takes considerable dedication...
>> Is Encarta better than Wikipedia?
> Not in my opinion, but I don't see how that example is relevant to my
> claims, in case it was supposed to be.
I think that MS are giving up on Encarta. Hardly surprising...
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