Germany is irrelevant.
> Anyone who wants to sell SuSE editions in Germany will have to stick to KDE.
> As far as German is concerned - there's a very good localisation.
> Germans don't like programs partly or totally in other languages.
> That's why most of them like KDE.
> And what's even more important: the government likes KDE.
> They support some projects concerning groupware and security (Kolab, Ägypten)
> Does anybody expect them to buy an edition prefering Gnome?
> The market is just going open- München (munich) will switch the whole of their
> PCs to SuSE in March. IBM will give a hint to Novell that they want to sell
> some big machines working in a linux network...
> have a lot of hope
> Michael Eichstädt
> Am Dienstag, 25. November 2003 21:33 schrieb Daniel Eckl:
> > "trying to buy"?
> > They _have bought_ SuSE.
> > SCO did not do any steps against SUSE (yet). If this has a connetcion can
> > only be guessed.
> > Greets,
> > Daniel
> > P.S.: Hmmmm, stopping this thread is harder than I thought...
> > Am Dienstag, 25. November 2003 21:14 schrieb Old Sarge:
> > > To ALL: I would not worry about Novell trying to buy Suse, as SCO is
> > > tying them up in court. Seems like SCO says it has priority on any
> > > buying of SuSe, for some reason. Wish I knew the whole story and what is
> > > the most likely outcome! :-(
> > > --
> > > Old Sarge, prefer using voice dictation because of my arthritis!
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