iTweb: Defending Linux
Jul 17, 2003, 10:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rodney Weidemann)
"The Linux movement is growing rapidly, despite the litigation
taking place at the moment, and has the potential to solve many of
the issues that surround on-demand computing.
"This is the view of Sam Greenblatt, senior VP at Computer
Associates (CA) and the organisation's chief Linux architect. He
was discussing the impact of Linux during a technology trends
session held at CAWorld in Las Vegas.
"'The first thing that needs to be cleared up is the
misconception that open source equals free software. That is
completely untrue. Open source simply means that the code is freely
available to be used and modified,' said Greenblatt..."