"Wine is a really cool project and has gotten less attention
than it deserves. Some people in the open source community feel
like you’re hindering the development of Linux software by
enabling the use of software that usually just runs on Windows or
Mac. But I’m just in favor of great applications.
"Any opportunity that we can show that gOS or Linux in general
can run Office, that it can run Photoshop, it’ll attract
people to the scene. Or, on the other hand, it will attract more
people to support Wine. I guess on a third hand, if it’s
possible, it’ll make the standard in Linux a lot higher.
There’s a lot of money invested in the user experience with
these commercial apps and our goal is to see that in open
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