"Four members of the original Apple Computer Inc. Macintosh
developer team have reunited at a Silicon Valley start-up company
called Eazel that is seeking to make the renegade Linux operating
system easier to use..."
"'Eazel, founded in the Fall of 1999, intends to make Linux the
desktop of choice for millions of people,' the company says on its
Web site at www.eazel.com. 'To achieve this, we are creating next
generation user interface software and services designed to make
Linux easier to use.'"
"Eazel is working to give Linux a new graphical shell - a new
point-and-click interface for managing files and folders. Their
goal, reported the Chronicle, is to make Linux as easy to use at
the Macintosh or Windows, and eventually even easier."
"Eazel has formed an alliance with the group of Linux
programmers who developed the Gnome interface for
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