Wired: CeBIT’s Penguin Pavilion

Spirits are high, projections robust, and confidence
unchecked that Linux will continue its forward momentum.

“That was the attitude among those in CeBIT’s first-ever Linux
Pavilion, which closed Wednesday after housing 16 Linux companies
including Red Hat, SuSE, Caldera Systems, and TurboLinux.”

“So, even as questions regarding Linux standard graphical user
interfaces and skyrocketing IPO prices were being debated at CeBIT,
which was sponsored by New Hampshire-based Linux International,
rivals within the Linux world — including Red Hat and SuSE — said
there was a good sense of community in the Pavilion.”