Taiwan and Computex seek ways out of their box
Jun 04, 2009, 22:32 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dana Blankenhorn)
"Jim Zemlin of the Linux Foundation was here, trying to get all
these folks out of their box. But Microsoft is so dominant he was
lucky to get a morning seminar, on the show's third day, at an
outlying venue far from the main action.
"So he hung up a banner reading "Linux Forum 2009," he was
preceded by a speaker from the Moblin project, which the Linux
Foundation now hosts for Intel, and he gave his pitch"
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