From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 01 2003 - 14:52:37 EST
> I think that all platforms should be thread equally
> and I think that we
> definitely have to have the metrics to measure all
> the improvements, if not,
> IMHO (I really meant this), it's not fear and it
> also may discurage other
> non-unix platforms hackers.
I agree with you, Jordi. Unfortunately, EAZen runs
AbiWord on Linux, so he doesn't exactly get to see
firsthand what changes get made on QNX or Win32. I
just saw your new font-preview today at work (I have
an NT4 machine now). I must say, it looks really nice.
Uwog attaches lots of eye-candy to his emails, and
eye-candy gets noticed quickly by reporters and users
alike. Finally, most of the sites where the AWN gets
read (besides AbiSource.com) are Unix-related sites
(LinuxToday, GnomeDesktop, LWN, ...). In this regard,
it sort-of makes sense to have a Unix bias to the
Your work is *very* much appreciated by myself and the
other developers. Your work should definitely get more
credit in the AWN. I suppose you could help that
happen by attaching more screenshots and writing
longer commit emails, since a lot of us don't have
access to Win32 machines to try things out on. It's
just a thought. I've tried out the April 1 Win32
nightly build today. It looks great!
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