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LinuxPR: Borland Joins Gnome Foundation Advisory Board

Nov 15, 2000, 23:08 (4 Talkback[s])

"Borland to Support Linux Desktop With Upcoming Kylix Development Platform."

"Inprise Corporation, herein referred to as Borland, today at the Linux Business Expo announced its reaffirmed commitment to open-source development by joining the GNOME Foundation Advisory Board. Borland teams with firms such as IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Red Hat and Helix Code to foster development of the GNOME desktop environment and application framework."

"The GNOME Foundation is pleased to have the support of Borland," said Miguel Icaza, founder of the GNOME Project. "Borland's long history of component architecture experience will be invaluable to helping further the Bonobo component project in creating reusable software components and compound documents. We are looking forward to their contributions to GNOME and their work to help developers bring their applications to the GNOME platform using Kylix(TM)."

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