Lotus Notes tuned for Linux July 10, 2006Posted by rjdohnert in Tech News.
Lotus Notes on Linux 7.0.1, which will be generally available July 24, is based on the Eclipse open-source framework. Lotus Notes users who use a Windows or Macintosh system will be allowed to swap to a Linux version free of charge
My Take; Good for Linux users. IBM is not being biased as RealBASIC is. RealBASIC users who use the Linux standard version get it for free, while Windows and Mac users who use the standard version of RealBASIC have to pay $100.00. Linux users will have to pay the same amount for Lotus notes as Windows and Mac users unless of course you are upgrading to Linux.