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IT Management Linux News for Nov 19, 2003

  • LinuxWorld: What Would UserLinux Look Like? (Nov 19, 2003, 22:00)
    "Mark R. Hinkle, LinuxWorld's Desktop Technologies Editor, muses on what his his ideal incarnation of a Linux desktop would be. Bruce Perens, whose idea it was, chips in with detailed comments..."

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Fury Brims Over Red Hat Support Changes (Nov 19, 2003, 21:00)
    "Loyal Red Hat users say they feel like the brims of their Fedoras have been pulled right over their eyes..."

  • CNET News: Red Hat Subscriptions Beat Expectations (Nov 19, 2003, 18:00)
    "Red Hat's renewal rate for support subscriptions to its high-end Linux product was more than 90 percent in the company's most recent quarter, well above the 75 percent rate the company tells analysts to expect..."

  • The Register: Sun and AOL Form StarOffice Pact for Cheap Desktops (Nov 19, 2003, 17:00)
    "Fresh off a major Linux desktop win in China, Sun Microsystems has found a PC friend closer to home with AOL now piloting a program to ship sub-$300 desktops running StarOffice..."

  • Forbes.com: Boies Joins SCO Shakedown (Nov 19, 2003, 16:00)
    "In an arrangement that legal eagle David Boies characterized as 'not usual but not unique,' his law firm today said it would accept $1 million in cash and 400,000 shares in its client SCO..."

  • TechNewsWorld: Innovation Loses If Open Source Wins (Nov 19, 2003, 01:00)
    More from Enderle: "What this exercise creates is the assumption that open-source software kills software innovation because it effectively, over time, kills the funding for it. Much of the innovation we have today comes from proprietary companies..."