> From: Phillip Hinojosa
> 
> Mike,
> Very well said. I agree, competition is healthy.
> RPG developers have lots of choices now....that's a good thing.

Phillip, do you plan on revisiting any of your earlier statements, or
answering any of my questions?

For example, you insisted that ASNA is not advocating moving off the
iSeries.  Yet, in their press release they clearly promote moving
existing RPG system to .NET.  Would you like to comment?

Or perhaps you'd like to comment on ASNA's statement that "the Midrange
Alliance Program now offers a far better roadmap for RPG developers than
IBM."  This would seem to imply that ASNA believes converting systems to
RPG and .NET is better than enhancing them with as WebSphere UI.  Do you
read this differently?

> I hope you get to read the Computerworld article because it really
> represents what a real-world ASNA customer is like. (AVR.NET on
> iSeries/i5).

So are you saying that Monarch is not "real-world"?  Is it your opinion
that ASNA is targeting the product for new development only, and that
they do not intend it to be used for production iSeries shops? 

Joe


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