DeviceLogics sells Breadbox Ensemble and NewDeal Office 2000

DeviceLogics sells Breadbox Ensemble and NewDeal Office 2000

Post by Matthias Pau » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 22:30:14



Hi GEOS folks,

I thought some inhere might be interesting to learn
that DeviceLogics, Inc. (http://www.devicelogics.com,
http://www.drdos.com), a "follow-up" company to
Lineo and Caldera, now also acts as a distributor
for Breadbox Ensemble (http://www.breadbox.com) and
NewDeal Office 2000.

I hope this will be a success for both companies and
given this would generate enough sales, so that both,
DR-DOS and PC/GEOS become better optimized in regard
to each other in the future.

I do think, DR-DOS is an ideal foundation to PC/GEOS,
in particular under the DR-DOS 386 multitasker. A few
adaptations on both sides could make this an even
more powerful combination for "legacy" systems. Some
of the necessary fixes were discussed in details in
this forum about a year ago.

For independent info about DR-DOS have a look at
http://www.drdos.org, http://www.drdos.net, and
http://www.delorie.com (OpenDOS mailing list).

Greetings,

 Matthias

--

http://www.uni-bonn.de/~uzs180/mpdokeng.html; http://mpaul.drdos.org

"Programs are poems for computers."

 
 
 

DeviceLogics sells Breadbox Ensemble and NewDeal Office 2000

Post by Bob » Mon, 17 Feb 2003 00:18:12


hey that is cool. hmmmm...

Bob


Hi GEOS folks,

I thought some inhere might be interesting to learn
that DeviceLogics, Inc. (http://www.devicelogics.com,
http://www.drdos.com), a "follow-up" company to
Lineo and Caldera, now also acts as a distributor
for Breadbox Ensemble (http://www.breadbox.com) and
NewDeal Office 2000.

I hope this will be a success for both companies and
given this would generate enough sales, so that both,
DR-DOS and PC/GEOS become better optimized in regard
to each other in the future.

I do think, DR-DOS is an ideal foundation to PC/GEOS,
in particular under the DR-DOS 386 multitasker. A few
adaptations on both sides could make this an even
more powerful combination for "legacy" systems. Some
of the necessary fixes were discussed in details in
this forum about a year ago.

For independent info about DR-DOS have a look at
http://www.drdos.org, http://www.drdos.net, and
http://www.delorie.com (OpenDOS mailing list).

Greetings,

 Matthias

--

http://www.uni-bonn.de/~uzs180/mpdokeng.html; http://mpaul.drdos.org

"Programs are poems for computers."