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eWeek: Group to Divide Linux Standards Base

Feb 01, 2005, 13:45 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Galli)

"The Free Standards Group has decided to move away from a single, core LSB (Linux Standards Base) specification, and is instead going to break this down into different modules that can be combined to give a server or desktop LSB standard.

"'We decided that rather than add everything to the LSB core, it would be better to break this up into separate parts, the first of which is on the server side. We are thus looking at making the current, ongoing server work a branch of the LSB core,' Chris Maresca, a senior partner at Olliance Group, an open-source consulting company that is working with the FSG, told attendees at the OSDL (Open Source Development Labs) Enterprise Linux Summit here on Monday..."

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