LinuxWorld: A first look at gobeProductive 3.0
Jun 04, 2002, 13:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Barr)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"If you've been watching Linux struggle to gain a bigger
footprint on the desktop, you're aware that the other half of the
malignant monopoly -- Microsoft Office -- poses a major barrier to
migration away from the Windows platform. Recently that particular
barrier has come under serious assault. Sun's StarOffice 6.0 is
hot, gaining respect and positive reviews in both the mainstream
and the Linux press. Moreover, it's not the only game in town.
"Perhaps the proliferation of Linux office suites explains why
the tres duh press is no longer openly snickering at the thought of
Linux desktops. Alternatively, perhaps they stand as mute
counterpoints to the denial of its existence. In either case, the
reality is that the Linux desktop is a happening kind of thing.
"Hancom recently released Hancom Office 2.0. That's another
suite well worth your time to investigate. OpenOffice is out there,
too. And let's not forget KOffice. This week I'm going to share my
recent experiences with an alpha version of yet another Linux
office suite. This one is gobeProductive from Gobe Software..."
OS News: First Screenshots of gobeProductive 3 for Linux
[Review](May 22, 2002)