"With the Hannover release, we are incorporating the Workplace client technology," Arthur Fontaine, senior product manager for Workplace, told CNET News.com. "(Lotus Notes) will inherit the server management cross-platform capability of the Eclipse-rich client platform, which allows users to run Linux, as well as Windows, and Mac to follow shortly."
Once big players start embracing particular standards, usually it is a matter of time before many other companies follow suit. With “125 Million” Lotus Notes users, it's definitely a boon to ODF's acceptance.
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