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Engaging with the OSS Community 83

Posted by michael
from the diamond-ring-not-required dept.
s390 writes "Olliance has the second of its Open Source articles up at the Inquirer. It's called "Engaging with the Open Source Community (Part Two)", and it explains the different levels of involvement that companies can have with Open Source. More education for managers, and an outline of a corporate process for approaching adoption and deployment of Linux and other Open Source software."
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Engaging with the OSS Community

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  • by Daniel Phillips (238627) on Sunday June 29, 2003 @05:25PM (#6326978)
    KDE : We like to have giant throbbing buttons and eye candy, but we don't want you running it on enything less than a Athlon 3000 with 1GB of ram.

    My wife runs KDE3 happily on a 233 MHz K6 with 196 MB. She complains a little about the speed of OpenOffice on that, but not to the point where she's willing to spend $400 for a new machine. As for KDE itself, it's quite acceptable, thankyou, though I'd be the last to claim it can't be improved.

If this is timesharing, give me my share right now.