Whats a reasonable collection?

From: Bill Pechter <pechter_at_bg-tc-ppp1297.monmouth.com>
Date: Thu Jun 28 16:13:56 2001

> I am an ex-bitter-OS/2-user and recovering former-Team-OS/2-member. There
> are features of OS/2 which I think still haven't been fully realized in
> other platforms (dig that SOM/Workplace Shell integration), but on the
> whole OS/2 lacked polish. The world has moved on, and I'm okay with that.
> ok
> r.

Well, Warp4 seemed more polished and they finally added DHCP
support and stuff...

I'm still keeping Connect and Aurora (Warp4) alive here.
I'd be running the 4.5 stuff if it wasn't too expensive.

I'd liked a cross between OS/2 and VAX/VMS... maybe with FreeBSD
thrown in.

Always liked OS/2 and always will. IBM was screwed by M$ who kept
changing Win32 and keeping new apps from running on OS/2.

NT/2000 still isn't as SysAdmin friendly as either OS/2, VAX/VMS or

  Bill Gates is a Persian cat and a monocle away from being a 
  villain in a James Bond movie              -- Dennis Miller 
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