"Linus Torvalds claims he is taking Sun Microsystems
seriously--Sun plans to offer an open source version of its Solaris
10 operating system--but the Linux creator and chief developer says
he'll reserve judgment until code becomes available.
"At a panel this week during Enterprise Linux Summit, Torvalds
said Sun's efforts to open source Solaris 10 according to the
OSI-approved Community Development and Distribution License (CDDL)
could give Linux a viable open source rival in the operating-system