On groupware

Tim Bray relates how Sun don’t have ‘groupware’ software, but instead manage very well with email, IM, and wikis. This follows jwz explaining to Nat Friedman how ‘groupware’ ambitions killed Netscape and why Hula shouldn’t be groupwarish. Wish I could get people to understand that we don’t need “enterprise” systems very much. Of course, I’ve just thrown away this month’s Legal IT which is all about enterprise bullshit. I’m in the wrong world.

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