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RE: Re: UO-2 Telemetry Decoder Software

> >
> > Its fine and good we have all this software talent out there, but what am
> > I, an unliterate non-software developer "apps" user to do?  Where's my
> DSP,
> > NOVA, InstaTrack, IntaTune, Excell spreadsheets, {and several others I'll
> > spare you with in the name of brevity} etc. for Linux?
> Could it be possible that it does not exist because no-one wrote it? I
> wonder 
> if such SW would be available if somebody could make a living by selling it?
> And if someone ever does put it out, what are the odds of getting a suite of
> apps equivalent MS Office for free?

I'd say they're 50/50.  Either you download it, or you don't.  If you
download it, your chances shoot up to 100%  If you don't, your chances
stay at 0%  The URL (for further information) is as follows:


> Oh NO! did I just go and reveal another flaw with open source? 

No, you didn't.  The latest version of the Star Office suite *IS* 
available as source code.

73, de John, KD2BD

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