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Motif FAQ (Part 3 of 9)
Section - 42) What is Broadway? I've heard it called "X on the Web".

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Answer: Broadway was the X Consortium's internal code name for the X11R6.3
release.  It includes a collection of X-based technologies for the World Wide
Web.  For details, see:

    http://www.camb.opengroup.org/tech/desktop/x/broadway.htm

And if you're wondering. "Why did they call it Broadway?", the X Consortium
was located at 201 Broadway, Cambridge, MA.... ksall@cen.com

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