" 'It's really the first start-up to deal with strictly
applications for Linux,' said Tim Ney, spokesman for the Free
"The company has a temporary name, de Icaza said, called Helix
Code, but de Icaza said that while the name is cool, it will not
appeal to potential users of software applications."
"Linux Fund's Frederick Berenstein and his partner, William
Roseman, declined to specify how much they are investing in de
Icaza's company, but they said they only invest in Linux companies
in which they can take very large positions, such as a 35 to 40
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