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Re: [tdf-discuss] Congratulations & my suggestion for the next versions


Exactly, that's my point, having a HTML5 GUI, you can install it locally or
in the cloud. You can always install it in a desktop for offline usage.

On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 21:07, Zaphod Feeblejocks <zaphodfj@gmail.com>wrote:

   1         -     Port to a Web based interface (HTML5)

As I said before I really believe that on-premise solutions are going to
become irrelevant in some time, when Zoho, GoogleDocs, etc. are mature

In many cases, this will be true - but not all.

I have worked with many people in the 'developing world', who rarely have
access to a high
bandwidth connection and who are limited to old, low-spec hardware.  I even
know some
who still use Win98 ('because it works').

There is a definate case for supporting 'the cloud'.  There is also a clear
case for not
forgetting non-cloud users.  A product that supports both sets is good.

zf



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