"WinInfo cites just the one anonymous source, a developer
working in Israeli, and we're invited to believe that he or she is
a Mainsoft developer. It doesn't actually say."
"But this "source" claims that development work on WINE-like
runtime translation has been underway in Israel and France for a
year, with "disappointing results". The source also suggests
Microsoft plans to "leverage Linux as an entry point to Windows, in
the same way it does with the Macintosh version of Office." "At
this week's LinuxWorld, the multiparty Gnome Foundation said it
would incorporate Mozilla into future, componentised versions of
StarOffice, and perhaps even more significantly, said it will
publish open file formats that world+dog can adopt. And Eazel
was showing off Nautilus, which has even slicker integration
between the OS and the apps than Windows. So the timing of what
must be the 43rd version of this rumour looks particularly
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