Two of the original developers of GOBE still have legal ownership of the GOBE Productive, the active legal entity is now GOBE Software. You can purchase GOBE Productive 3.04 for Windows only on www.gobe.com. I had a brief email with one of the guys and he said if there was enough demand, there could be a BeOS/Haiku version. The code is still maintained, although at a reduced rate. An open source version of GOBE Productive is probably out of the question. Considering that GOBE Productive always had the best reviews of any word processor / spreadsheet / layout / charts for BeOS, maybe we should consider a limited licensing deal. I understand that this might be a controversial idea, but it will be many years before there is anything as good as GP for Haiku. - Andrew -----Original Message----- From: Dave Osbourne <super_dooper_dave_osbourne@xxxxxxxxx> To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sun, May 16, 2010 11:14 am Subject: [haiku] Re: What happened to GOBE? My 2 cents worth, its easier to give birth than to resurrect the dead. Go beyond the GoBe work and even AbiWord and either contribute to the latter or make a new combination suite of tools for Haiku.