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== Windows Naming Strategy .. ==
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* [[Not using internal APIs]] (Exhibit PX09501)
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From: Paul Maritz
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To: Bill Gates; Mike Maples; Steve Ballmer
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Subject: FW: Windows 95
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Date: Wednesday, May 04 1994 8:56 AM
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Attached is a document written by Bradc, recommending that we name
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Chicago "Windows 95" ..
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We should adopt the 95 version numbering/naming strategy ..
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* If we make this commitment, the 95 naming strategy is the right choice
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because it communicates to customers whether the "model year" they own
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is current. This helps us increase our Upgrade rates ..
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comes v Microsoft
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http://iowa.gotthefacts.org/011607/7000/PX07726.pdf
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== potential DLL hell issues .. ==
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From: Heikki Kanerva
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Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 1999 1:06PM
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To: Billgates; Steve Ballmer; Biull Veighte: Bob Herbold; Brian
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Arbogast; Brian Deen; Brian Valentine; Chris Jones; David Cole; David
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Vaskevitch; Dennis Schnabel; Eirc Lockard; Erik Rudder; Frank Artale; J
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Allard; Jim Alchin; John Ludwig; Jonathan Kauffman; Mark Ledsome;
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Michael Halcoussis; Moshe Duine; Nathan Myhrvold; Partica Friel; Paul
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Gross; Paul MAitz; Pate Higgins; Thomas Reardon; Yaron Goland; Youval
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Neeman; Joe Belfiore; Bob Muglia; Rich Tong; Jeff Teper; Peggy Knudson;
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Paul Flessner
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Subject: Office 2000 -- January PDL
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.. Potential DLL hell issues caused by the several shared components
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shipped by Office 2000 where a new version of the component wil lbe
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available after Office 2000 ships ...
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http://iowa.gotthefacts.org/011607/8000/PX08133.pdf
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== not using internal APIs .. ==
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From: Dave Probert
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Sent: Thursay, December 05, 2001 12:11 PM
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To: Doug Miller, Vinod Anantharaman; Stephen Wall
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Cc: UNIX Migration Plan, Bill Veghte; S Somasegar; Erik Rudder; Rob Short
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Subject: Producing a Win32/UNIX hybrid platform
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We have long had a strict policy of not using internal APIs except for
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components that ship as part of the platform. This is because the
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internal APIs are subject to frequent change, and separately shipped
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components may encounter compatibility issues if they rely on them ..
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I don't question the value of making it easier to move UNIX applications
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onto Win32. But I don't know how we intend to do that without creating
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an alternative Win32/UNIX hybrid platform that could easly become the
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target for ISVs rather then Win32 alone ...
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http://iowa.gotthefacts.org/011607/9000/PX09501.pdf
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