"Two plays to capture the ease-of-use flag have made news
recently. Eileen Cohen examines whether the Nautilus GUI and Red
Hat's Enterprise Edition live up to their promise."
"... the software that Eazel is developing, Nautilus, is a new
point-and-click file manager for the GNOME desktop environment. One
of its features is the ability to view the contents of files in the
folder windows that contain them. The icons for text documents
include the beginning of the text. For graphics files, the icon is
the image itself. And you can zoom in on the icons. Nautilus will
be integrated into GNOME 2..."
"I checked in with KDE developer and evangelist Kurt Granroth
(who's also a developer for SuSE Labs) to see if Nautilus's novelty
has any counterpart in the KDE arena. He responded with a glowing
preview of the Konqueror browser..."
"Meanwhile, also on February 22, Red Hat played a trump card in
the game of grab-the-enterprise, announcing its Enterprise Edition
(EE) product line. Red Hat has partnered with some leading business
application vendors -- Oracle, Computer Associates, SAP, and Real
Networks -- to test, integrate, and optimize some of those
companies' key products with Red Hat Linux."
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