Re: new versions of cuseeme

D.Zvorak (
Thu, 20 Mar 1997 14:52:44 -0600

Any reason why the source code is not provided freely, like many others,
for us poor souls who don't have a choice of what os will be used.

Steve Edgar wrote:
> The new version of Cornell's CU-SeeMe for Windows is indeed a Win32
> application. OS/2 is technically very good, but due to its small market
> share, Cornell will not be making an OS/2 version of CU-SeeMe. UNIX, even
> with its many variants, still has a modest user base when compared to
> Windows or Mac. With limited funds/time, CU chose to focus on the two
> popular microcomputer operating systems; and for which there is a wide
> variety of multimedia hardware.
> Look for an announcement next week on how to get the new Windows version.
> -- Steve.
> >>On Sun, 09 Feb 1997 10:55:46 -0600, Bill Woodland (Squeek) wrote:
> >>
> >>>The new version (0.90a1) is only for windows 95/NT. I doubt that any more
> >>>16 bit code will come out of Cornell for the PC. If you're not on
> >>>windows95, upgrade. It's time. Accept it, and move forward with the rest
> >>>of us.
> >>
> >>Since you made the statement above, are you going to make an OS/2 version?
> >It's not 16 bit. For you to assume
> >>that Windoze 95 is the only 32 bit hybrid out there is false. Not everyone
> >wants to run Windoze 95.
> >>
> >>Damian
> >>
> >
> >
> >I didn't write the new version of CU, so I'm not the right person to ask
> >about an OS/2 version.
> [...]

Daniel C. Zvorak