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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 22, 2003

  • IT-Analysis: Linux and Linus in Las Vegas (2003-07-22 23:30:56)
    Highlights from a panel discussion at last week's CA World that included Torvalds, maddog, and Augustin, to name a few.

  • ZDNet UK: Microsoft: We'll Protect You From Lawsuits (2003-07-22 17:30:39)
    "Microsoft has a new sales pitch for Linux users: buy our software and stay out of court..."

  • IBM, Industry Respond to New SCO Threats (2003-07-22 13:00:18)
    SCO's new threats to enforce copyright yesterday have garnered responses from several Linux vendors, the Free Software Foundation, and even usually taciturn IBM. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols files this special report.

  • Stuff: Microsoft Lifts its Skirts (2003-07-22 04:00:45)
    "The New Zealand Government has taken up an offer to look under the bonnet of Microsoft's Windows operating system..."

  • NewsForge: Open Asia: Japan and Korea Embrace Open Source (2003-07-22 02:30:48)
    "A country-by-country survey of the state of Free Software in Asia is difficult, not least because of the disparate natures of Asian societies, the wide use of languages other than English, and the lack of international reporting on technical issues..."