According to Leonard
Corporate Desktop Linux is a new open initiative to make Linux
the premier choice for the enterprise desktop. By leveraging
Linux’s flexibility and open standards support, a highly managable,
powerful, and cost effective desktop can be created.
Corporate Desktop Linux (CDL) targets such features as remote
desktop configuration, automatic software distribution, and support
for remote/roaming users. CDL plans to make Linux the most
flexible, open, and cost effective solution available.
Approximately 70% of CDL’s resources go to organizing and
documenting existing open source resources which can be used to
support the business desktop. The other 30% of their efforts are
spent coding or scripting new utilities.
This means that non-programmers can play a vital role in its
development. CDL is just getting started and they welcome any all
support, submissions, ideas or experiences you can share.
The Corporate Desktop Linux web site is http://www.welcome2.com/cdl