"You have been working for Red Hat since January 2000,
What is your title and what are you doing?
"I was contracted a bit before that for a while. I am a fellow;
most of what I'm doing is working on the kernel, some of it other
applications that need fixing. I also deal with awkward bugs,
things that matter to important customers with support contracts
that reassures them we can fix bugs whenever they turn up
"What do you think of large organisations looking at
Linux for their solutions?
"I see a lot of big financial institutions looking and deploying
very large amounts of Linux on servers. Desktop people are looking
looking at it more and more I think because open office is highly
available, accessibility, user interface among other considerations
to a point where the stuff is useful, but not necessarily perfect