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IT Management Linux News for Feb 11, 2009

  • Novell layoffs still less than 100 (Feb 11, 2009, 23:02)
    Practical Technology: "Rumors just won't die that Novell will be laying off more employees."

  • Open Source News from FOSDEM 2009 - Day 1 (Feb 11, 2009, 21:02)
    LXer: "Several new records were set this year during this event. Over 750 people showed up and the bill was close to 10,000 Euro, even though Google had sponsored some free beer. They had designed a new way to make sure everyone could get beer and it supposedly worked much better than last year."

  • Open-source projects to provide corporate benefits? (Feb 11, 2009, 20:32)
    The Open Road: "I spent some time talking with an Accenture veteran this morning, and came away with an intriguing idea: enable open-source projects to provide corporate benefits like health insurance to their developers so that they can ditch their day jobs to focus on their open-source passion."

  • Interview with Anthony Gold, President, Open Solutions Alliance (Feb 11, 2009, 16:32)
    Open Enterprise: "Long story short, Linux was so easy to use (boot, configure, tune, etc.) that we really got bitten by the bug. So, we looked long and hard at how Unisys could work with Linux in a meaningful way."

  • The Good News, Linux Fans, is Venture Capital Is Harder to Find (Feb 11, 2009, 00:02)
    Linux Today Blog: "This sort of model works well for VCs, because each invests in dozens of companies, with the home runs making up for the wash outs. But an entrepreneur's portfolio includes only one company -- and odds that are stacked against her."