As of Today, It's Mark Webbink's Groklaw 2.0
May 16, 2011, 14:01 (5 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"I announced in April that as of today, I wouldn't be writing
any more articles for Groklaw. I intended to finish the Comes v.
Microsoft exhibits as text and perfect some of our other
collections and then I would retire from Groklaw, knowing as I did
that the research we have done together will remain useful no
matter what happens in the future. ...
"Now that the battlefield has shifted from SCO attacking Linux
to Microsoft using patents against it and from servers to mobiles,
I realized that Groklaw needs a lawyer at the helm. So I asked Mark
Webbink if he would take on this role, and I'm thrilled to tell you
that he has accepted. He is the new editor of Groklaw as of today.
Mark was General Counsel at Red Hat, as you know, and he is on the
board of the Software Freedom Law Center. He is also a law
professor, which as I'll explain is a vital piece of what he has
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