LinuxWorld: The original upstart -- The peripatetic Bruce PerensJun 24, 1999, 20:00 (11 Talkback[s])
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"Rachel Chalmers interviews Bruce Perens about his involvement -- with Debian, the LSB, the OSI, and SPI, among other things -- for LinuxWorld. Special guest appearances by Richard Stallman, Eric Raymond, and Tim O'Reilly round out this profile of one of the most peripatetic personalities in the open source movement."
"Filmmaker, Linux hacker, and ham radio geek, Bruce Perens is one of the quirkiest figures in the open source and free software communities. He's as famous for resigning from high-profile projects in high dudgeon as he is for founding them. He helped to set up Software in the Public Interest, the Linux Standard Base, and the Open Source Initiative -- and he has left them all. This is his side of those stories -- and a few more."
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