"Linux developers must take some of the time they now
devote to programming and put it toward boosting open-source
software in education, Red Hat Chief Executive Matthew Szulik said
Spreading Linux and other open-source software would have
obvious benefits for Red Hat, but Szulik steered listeners'
attention toward more altruistic and patriotic motivations in the
closing keynote address at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo on
'What's really happening is money is taking over how our
children are being educated,' he said. 'The industry that has
contributed so much to the GDP of this country is all of a sudden
finding itself looking at education as a market opportunity and not
as a fundamental responsibility.'"