"Derek Burney, executive vice president of engineering for Corel
Corp., said the company is currently working on two Linux
interfaces code-named KDE and Gnome."
[CRN has since modified their story to read:
"Derek Burney, executive vice president of engineering for
Corel Corp., said the company is currently working on two Linux
interfaces fashioned after independent efforts known as code-named
KDE and GNOME." -lt ed]
"Burney is touting the Corel development effort as a Windowslike
interface for desktops running the Linux operating system."
"Burney said that while Red Hat Software Inc., Research Triangle
Park, N.C., and Caldera Systems Inc., Orem, Utah, are concentrating
on the server side, Corel is targeting desktop users."
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