jvilla at isdesigndev.com
Fri Nov 21 22:29:18 UTC 2003
>Besides, whether people outside of Red Hat believe it or not, the
>Fedora project is considered *vitally* important to Red Hat's >future.
>From what I've seen, alot of these are scoffers who have not even seen a
single Fedora screenshot. When I installed yarrow, I was amazed and
still am at how much RedHat it is. From my use, I don't see any changes
except for enhancements. I use it as my day to day OS in a Windows
environment at work, which includes document collaboration, development,
Alexander>I have not been able to convince management to implement
Alexander>Linux in our workstations (we have one server running
Alexander>linux). So when I get a window of opportunity to
I salute you... That is what I have been trying to. I have helped with
some dual boot installations and some people have even taken my
installation CD's home to install at home, but I'm trying to show that a
linux workstation can plug right in.
On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 14:06, Edward C. Bailey wrote:
> >>>>> "Alexander" == Alexander Rau (work) <arau at schleese.com> writes:
> Alexander> Ed: Thanks for your $0.02 and I think you are right to think
> Alexander> longterm if the project should succeed.
> Well, I'm a bit more hopeful than that. :-) Besides, whether people
> outside of Red Hat believe it or not, the Fedora project is considered
> *vitally* important to Red Hat's future. I've have seen comments by people
> claiming that Fedora Core is "abandonware", but I can state that this is
> categorically untrue.
> Alexander> Here is a problem I have and I know I will get ripped apart for
> Alexander> that:
> Alexander> I mostly have time in between projects at work (while the
> Alexander> network is doing maintenance or the server is being backed
> Alexander> up...). Unfortunately, I have not been able to convince
> Alexander> management to implement Linux in our workstations (we have one
> Alexander> server running linux). So when I get a window of opportunity to
> Alexander> participate I am sitting on M$ windowz machine. Are/is the
> Alexander> tools/software available for M$ XP?
> A quick google on "windows cvs client" returns some interesting hits. ;-)
> I have also seen posts on various Emacs-related newsgroups about people
> using Emacs under Windows, so the basics are covered.
> As for validating and/or producing HTML from XML on your Windows box, I
> don't know, but even if you couldn't do this yourself, I would imagine that
> you could pair up with someone with the necessary environment to help
> And to be honest, if you let psgml-mode (or that other mode mentioned here
> whose name I don't recall) handle insertion of tags and atrributes for you,
> validation errors should be relatively few and far between.
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