RoryOF wrote:This may be too complex for your requirement.
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/ wrote:This is the last public Sunbird release by the Calendar Project.
We recommend upgrading to Thunderbird and Lightning.
jhonman11 wrote:Chancellorerp ........
Standards and Lock-In
The Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) of .NET and the C# programming language are standards of the ECMA and ISO. Being controlled by [patents], however, means Microsoft's (explicit or assumed) permission is required for non-Microsoft implementations. The majority of libraries, such as WinForms for Windows™ client interfaces, are not part of any [standard]. Libraries that are not part of the standard are required for any useful development. In fact, the implementation of these often required libraries are tied to the Windows platform. These libraries can be changed at a whim without Microsoft breaking with the standards. If any competition gains ground they can change their implementation to break compatiblity yet still be considered standards compliant. This promotes further [lock-in] to Microsoft. Those choosing to use Microsoft's implementation of .NET will likely find that in the [future] they will not be able to migrate their software to another .NET compliant platform.
As for [standards] created outside of Microsoft, .NET still ignores many, choosing to re-implement its own methods instead. .NET's HTML output isn't HTML compliant. The Avalon user interface API could have used standards such as SVG, bringing along many advantages for all, but it's also proprietary, possibly to continue the policy of developer lock-in.
henke54 wrote:jhonman11 wrote:Chancellorerp ........
Chancellorerp is based on .NET and the C# programming language, and to my knowledge these are NO 'open source' as the topicstarter 'required' ... :
Does anyone know of any good FREE software
Flaxthejute wrote:The topicstarter didn't state that he required open source, he statedDoes anyone know of any good FREE software
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