"In September of last year, the Free Standards Group (FSG)
announced a roadmap that had Linux Standard Base (LSB) 4.0 coming
out in early 2007, with an 18-month development cycle for each
release. Now the 4.0 release is being pushed back until 2008 or
2009, with a 3.2 release planned for early 2007 in place of
"According to Ian Murdock, who joined the FSG recently as CTO
and chair of the LSB workgroup, LSB 3.1 should be released towards
the end of April or the beginning of May. The LSB 3.1 core was
released back in October 2005, but the complete 3.1 release is
still being worked on..."
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