Time enough for OS/2


Author: JT Smith

Kelly McNeill of OSOpinion writes: “While both Linux and OS/2 Warp provide excellent internals on which to build an application framework, it is the attitude of mutual cooperation, support and teamwork of the people in the development communities for these platforms that makes them similar.

They have in common not merely a common distaste and dislike for Microsoft’s shoddy products and cynical, manipulative practices, as some wonks may claim. Rather, it is an appreciation of the tinkerer, the hobbyist and the innovator within that drives Linux and OS/2 Warp forward.”