Linux@work Europe Changes Panel Plans in Response to 'Shared Source'
May 06, 2001, 22:00 (9 Talkback[s])
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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
Linux@work Oslo will be held on May 9:
Linux@work Stockholm will be held on May 10: