ZDNet News: More Linux cuts: Merging Turbolinux, Linuxcare trim staffsFeb 11, 2001, 19:24 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"The Turbolinux layoffs come two days after German Linux seller SuSE laid off most of its North American staff."
"San Francisco-based Turbolinux also competes with Red Hat, the dominant Linux seller, and Caldera Systems."
"Greenberg said programming staff wasn't affected by the layoffs."
"However, the company has lost some of technical staff recently, including Samba programmer John Terpstra, who moved to rival Caldera Systems, and Peter Braam, a Linux file system programmer who along with former Turbolinux Chief Executive Cliff Miller founded Mountain View Data."