"J. Scott Johnson" wrote:
> * Wants to re-define the world in terms of it as opposed to extending
> way things currently are
> * A bizarre anti-browser/anti-java perspective. They seemingly
> believe that
> their fat client should be the only way to access groove technology as
> opposed to realizing that their value is in the back end, data store
> transport. A bunch of other collaboration companies have made this
> over time -- i.e. Notes (which released Domino with a full HTML
> client) and
> eRoom (originally fat client and now available via www.eroom.net).
These are definitely the major weaknesses with the system.
For a short term way to get *something* done, though, it looks
pretty good. I'm always open to better tools, though.
And since the idea is to find a way to collaborate that will let
us define the requirements for and build such a tool, I don't
mind bootstrapping with something like Groove.
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