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Re: Do we still need Indy ?

On Mon, 8 Nov 1999, Kevin Forge wrote:

> The moral of this story is that _basic_ ease of use is already 
> complete and what's left to do is add more comprehensive application 
> support.  Stuff like ICQ and Net2Phone, little programs for manhandling
> clipart and checking what you would look like with your dreadlocks tied
> deferentially.

Would she have been able to set up an account? Or install new software, or
install Linux in the first place, or... 

These are the things need the work, and this is where Indy comes in. (I
think); trying to get EVERYTHING on the system to be like that. 

While people still use MS products because they are easier to use, there
will always be the need for Independence.

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