Subject: Re: Fwd: OEone Introduction
From: Martin Sevior (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 14 2001 - 20:03:00 CDT
That is a great screen shot. Thanks very much for letting us know
about your very cool work. This is very exciting for me. I've wanted to
embed Abi for a long time. Could please send us a patch for the
modifications you made? I'm very keen to get this work integrated into our
What version of abi did you base your work on? Our latest releases are far
faster and use much fewer X resources which is a very important
consideration in your biz.
If we can incorporate your work into our mainstream codebase you can take
easy advantage of the many improvements we keep making. In addition I hope
we will be able to expand your work into a general embedding framework to
enable Abi to be easily embedded into whatever embedding environment
people want to use it in.
Anyway, congratulations on what apears to be a really cool hack :-)
14 Aug 2001, Dom Lachowicz wrote:
> >From: Mike Potter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
> >Subject: OEone Introduction
> >Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 15:26:46 -0400
> >Hello Abisuite Developers:
> >My name is Mike Potter and I work for a software company in Hull,
> >Quebec, Canada called OEone. We are developing an operating platform
> >for internet devices, and have integrated Abiword into our software.
> >Our entire environment is built in XUL and runs inside the Mozilla web
> >browser, on a custom RedHat Linux distribution. We have built an XPCom
> >plugin that allows us to embed the Abiword word processor directly into
> >our environment. This acts as our word processor for the environment.
> >You can see a screenshot of it at http://www.oeone.com/pics/wordp.jpg
> >We have written other plugins for other open source software, such as
> >the GStreamer project that we use for our multimedia player. We have
> >released that code at MozDev under the MozStreamer project.
> >I hope to be able to release the AbiWord code under an open source
> >license in the next month or so.
> >In any event, I just wanted to introduce myself and our company and let
> >you all know that the product is being used in a commercial software
> >Mike Potter
> >Software Engineer, OEone Corp.
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