"Jim Zemlin of the Linux Foundation was here, trying to get all
these folks out of their box. But Microsoft is so dominant he was
lucky to get a morning seminar, on the show's third day, at an
outlying venue far from the main action.
"So he hung up a banner reading "Linux Forum 2009," he was
preceded by a speaker from the Moblin project, which the Linux
Foundation now hosts for Intel, and he gave his pitch"
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