Re: [unrev-II] Ray Ozzie's Groove software

From: Henry van Eyken (
Date: Thu Oct 26 2000 - 04:00:46 PDT

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    Paul Fernhout wrote:

    > ... I might guess that I think the biggest difference from OHS/Augment type
    > ideas is that knowledge within Groove may not appear as an integrated
    > whole, but instead as some application specific representations managed
    > by various applications sharing a common peer-ro-peer communications
    > approach (i.e. a peer-to-peer lotus notes). [I am not certain of that
    > though.] Also, obviously, this is a proprietary Windows only product,
    > although it is extensible under Windows using the COM interface. ...

    Thank you, Paul. I found your explanation and the thread that developed
    instructive - both by what they communicated to me and by what they did not, or
    did not quite. I hope to enter into this theme, effective communication, a bit
    during a discussion of the bootstrap website at SRI next Thursday morning.


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