Win4lin & Qemu
my name is Leo Reiter, and I am the VP of Engineering for Win4Lin, Inc. My company is based in Austin, Texas, in the U.S.A. We specialize in Windows-on-Linux software.
As some of you may already know, QEMU is used extensively in our new Win4Lin Pro product for Linux. I have personally been in contact with Fabrice for some time now. It is with his permission that I send this letter.
We are now looking to sponsor open source developers to contribute to the open source QEMU project...
Interesting that they aren't interested in KQEMU...
I've had really good luck using win4lin to run Quicken on a friend's linspire migration. It's soooo fast, and slickly automounts your home directory in "My Documents". You can disable network support and run your crufty old '98 apps pretty securely.
They dropped the price of win98 support to $30 after my friend payed $65 for it, and they've recently announced w2k/xp support.