Slashdot has this story: "A few days ago, we were contacted by one of the developers of Everybuddy, a
"universal" instant messenger client for Linux. It seems that they were scoping out
the competition, and found a Windows-only program offered by a company called
DSF Internet ... This program, MessengerA2Z, seemed to offer all the functionality of
Everybuddy for Windows machines. Probably because it was based on Everybuddy's GPL'd code."
January 3, 2001