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O'Reilly: Globalization and Women, Copyright Infringement in Open Source, and Other News from LWE

Jan 28, 2004, 02:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andy Oram)

[ Thanks to Jason Greenwood for this link. ]

"LinuxWorld in January 2004 looked mostly like more of what was at last year's LinuxWorlds. No radical departures; just more serious talk of moving to the desktop, more and faster clusters, more products aimed at ERM and other back office services, more advances in the tools available to support Java. But more is better. Here I'll report some conversations that gave me new perspectives and some companies I met with.

  • "How globalization could promote the role of women in computing
  • "Who are the copyright infringers in open source?
  • "Volunteerism alive and well
  • "A cluster of related vendors
  • "Some larger vendors
  • "Other companies I happened upon..."

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