blake at kingdomrpg.com
Wed Aug 3 10:19:30 UTC 2005
On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 14:50:47 -0700, tim Rowledge <tim at rowledge.org> wrote:
> I think that is wrong on several levels. Firstly, it is claimed (apply
> whatever pinch of salt you feel applies to such claims) that although
> the new-machine market is dominated by windows machines the actual
> deployed-machine population is rather different.
In addition, a lot of those machines act as a platform for a single app or
small set of apps which, even when they're all MS products (Office,
Outlook, IE), do not agree among them how things should be done, nor how
they should look.
> Not to forget that even if winXP were close to 100%, that wouldn't mean
> it was the 'right thing'. If we took that approach we'd be sticking with
> DOS or even CP/M etc.
And programming in C.
More information about the Squeak-dev