DesktopLinux.com: Peace, Love... and Lycoris
Feb 07, 2003, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jill Ratkevic)
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
"DesktopLinux.com: Many people talk about Linux
not being ready for 'primetime' and suggest only early adopters are
incorporating Linux into their computing environments. Picked by
Time Magazine as 'one to watch', Lycoris has enjoyed much success
on a modest budget. What is your take on the desktop computing
market and where does Lycoris fit in?
"Jason Spisak: Right now, I think it all
depends on how the individual uses their computer. Linux,
Desktop/LX in particular, is good at a subset of the vast amount of
things people *can* do with a PC. Most people never do half of
what's possible, so Desktop/LX is a good fit for many people.
"Making it easy to check email, browse the web with full
interactivity and multimedia pre-configured, and use their printer
and cameras--Lycoris' main focus--no pun intended. That's why we
took a major leap with Vivitar, a company that had no Linux
support, and have worked with them to get their entire line of
digital cameras Desktop/LX Certified..."