"The Open Source Development Labs' Desktop Linux (DTL) working
group hosted a 'Desktop Architects' meeting last week, at which the
group targeted three specific areas to improve to bolster Linux
adoption on the desktop. John Cherry, OSDL's Desktop Linux
initiative manager, said that the meeting was "wildly successful,"
and other attendees seemed to share that assessment.
"More than 70 developers from more than 30 projects attended the
two day meeting in Portland, Ore. Organizations with
representatives at the meeting include KDE, GNOME, Freedesktop.org,
X.org, IBM, Red Hat, Neoware, Sun Wah Linux, and Adobe..."
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