IT Management Linux News for Nov 25, 2003
SearchEnterpriseLinux: McBride Intimates Code Cleanup in Linux Nigh Impossible (Nov 25, 2003, 20:00)
"The seemingly endless war of words between the SCO Group and
the Linux and open source communities took another turn Monday,
when CEO Darl McBride lashed out at a report published by Free
Software Foundation legal counsel Eben Moglen..."
InternetWeek: SuSE Has Big Plans For Linux (Nov 25, 2003, 17:30)
"SuSE Linux has big plans for helping create standards that will
make it easier to integrate and manage apps in open-source IT
environments, and the company says its pending acquisition by
Novell will only help these plans..."
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Desktop Linux is a Tall, But Not Impossible, Leap (Nov 25, 2003, 13:00)
Frederick H. Berenstein, co-founder, chairman and CTO of Xandros
Inc. discusses the barriers to enterprise adoption of Linux on the
desktop, including migration, management and deployment
AlwaysOn: Where the Money Is (Nov 25, 2003, 12:00)
"Paul Deninger sees gold in the healthcare market and a flaw in
the Linux model..."
The Register: Princeton Open-Source Hater a Loose Cannon (Nov 25, 2003, 11:00)
"Nevertheless, in a recent column published in Syllabus
Magazine, a tech journal for educators, Princeton University
Technology Strategy and Outreach Manager Howard Strauss channelled
the very soul of Steve Ballmer..."
LinuxInsider: Open Source in the Land of Oz (Nov 25, 2003, 04:00)
"Computer Associates recently ran a customer survey in Australia
and New Zealand that showed 25 percent of respondents currently
have Linux deployed in production and an additional 45 percent are
JonoBacon.org: Novell and Ximian and SuSE and... (Nov 25, 2003, 03:00)
"It seemed that the mighty Microsoft had taken over, and Novell
were to become just another entry in the famed history
Computerworld NZ: Red Hat's Move Damages Linux (Nov 25, 2003, 01:00)
"I shouldn't be grizzling about Red Hat's moves to
'enterprise-ify' Linux once again, but I can't help it..."