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Re: [SLE] Is Linux Ready?
- From: kkellum@xxxxxxxxxxx (Kenneth Kellum)
- Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 16:20:44 -0700
- Message-id: <00052216281700.00731@Alonzo>
Of course you're right. We're way behind M$ in all sorts of application areas.
Lots of word processors will save documents to HTML. Most do a crappy job of
it. Sun's Star Office writes the best HTML of any word processor I've seen.
Two works in progress for HTML editing are Quanta
(http://quanta.sourceforge.net/) and BlueFish (http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/)
Both are usable. Neither is ready for prime time.
On Tue, 23 May 2000, Rusty wrote:
> You know, I read all of the posts that were written regarding whether or
> not Linux was ready for the desktop and ready to compete with
> Guess what? I don't think so yet. Let me give you a for instance.
> This morning I was looking for a HTML editor that had a few bells and
> whistles to make the job easier. I went to the TUCOWS site and examined
> the offerings. For Windoz, there were so many programs offered that it
> was hard to make a choice. I then proceeded to the Linux section. I
> immediately got suspicious when there was not presented a clear cut
> choice. It seems that HTML editing is not straight forward. You are
> presented with four (4) categories, each category embellished with a
> photograph of a good looking young man or woman. What those categories
> or the photos have to do with the software is beyond me.
> To cut to the quick of this matter, it seems that the only HTML editors
> for Linux are the same old sorry text editors, i.e., jed, joe, pico and
> every masochist's dream vi and all of it's incarnations.
> As much as I despise Mickeysoft for their nasty business practices,
> their horribly written software and their total lack of support, they
> are way ahead in the small things that make life easier.
> I don't want to write HTML in vi. In fact I don't want to ever write
> anything in vi or TeTex. I enjoy a few creature comforts from time to
> time and for the time being it seems that Linux does not yet offer
> enough to compete.
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Kenneth R. Kellum -- San Jose State University
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