On 29/10/12 15:41, Chris Samuel wrote: > Hi folks, > > After the last talk I thought this might interest people, the link > was sent in response to @piawaugh on Twitter: > > http://www.ato.gov.au/corporate/content.aspx?doc=/content/00325407.htm&pc=001/001/052/001&mnu=0&mfp=&st=&cy= > > It's a transcript of an audio grab by the Tax Commissioner Michael > D'Ascenzo from around July this year from the look of it, and it says: > > # [...] but really in the next couple of years we're hoping to > # develop a platform that is application agnostic, in other words > # rather than whether you've got a Mac or you've got a Microsoft > # platform it'll apply on your tablet, it'll apply on your Linux > # system, it'll apply on a whole range of other web based > # interfaces. So I think that's the way for the future to allow > # all the new digital devices to work rather than just specific > # platforms. > > So promising words, but not a firm commitment from the look of it. > > cheers, > Chris > It's about time to have a native e-tax application for other OS's than MS Windows. Not just because it keeps crashing and freezing using wine.
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