PC Week: Standardizing LinuxMar 08, 1999, 15:05 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Scott Berinato)
"The biggest threat to the success of Linux is the success of Linux."
"With more commercial vendors throwing their weight and distribution plans behind the open-source software, Linux advocates are looking for a way to avoid a Unix-like fragmentation of the operating system."
"The latest effort calls for commercial vendors and open-source advocates to create a base set of libraries, APIs and interoperability measures called LSB (Linux Standard Base)."