CRN: Eazel's Linux Desktop Platform Inches Closer To ReleaseFeb 05, 2001, 23:16 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Eazel's much-anticipated launch of the Nautilus Linux desktop and Web services platform, expected earlier this year, has been put off until the beginning of the second quarter, Eazel executives said at LinuxWorld this week."
"However, the company is edging closer to shipping product. Nautilus 1.0 Preview Release 3.0 will ship this week and Nautilus 1.0, minus some Web services technology, will ship within the next month, said Tom Goguen, Eazel's director of product marketing."
"When the full-fledged desktop and Web services environment goes live in the second quarter, users will be able to access a number of Web services, including Eazel's Software Catalog for new application, and update downloads, Eazel's Text-View Services and Eazel's Online Storage, Goguen said."