May 6, 2001--Kronberg In view of the recent
attack of Microsoft to the Open Source Software movement, the
organizers of Linux@work Europe, LogOn Technology Transfer, decided
to change the original title of the two panel discussions "Linux in
the Public Administration" to be held at Linux@work Oslo, May 9 and
Stockholm, May 10 to:
"Does Open Source Software Threaten Intellectual Property?"
The panels with new focus will address the following
Does Open Source Software Threaten Intellectual Property?
What is the difference between the GPL and Microsoft Shared
Does Open Source creates security risks?
Does Open Souce creates software instability?
Panelists will include:
Robert J Chassel, Founding Director of the Free Software
Foundation, and representatives from Borland, Compaq, Datarespons,
Hewlett-Packard, Lotus Development, Novell, Peregrine Systems, and
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