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IT Management Linux News for Dec 08, 2000

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Sun Microsystems Completes Acquisition Of Cobalt Networks (2000-12-08 23:01:58)
    "Cobalt Networks Becomes The Server Appliance Business Unit of Sun."

  • IT-Director.com: Linux: the beginning, not the end (2000-12-08 16:41:43)
    "When the dotcom bubble was inflating Red Hat was talking of its "highly successful initial public offering". Since then, the bubble has burst and everything has changed, especially in San Francisco. As reported by Andrew Orlowski in his 'Silicon Valley Blues' column for Computer Weekly, San Francisco has seen a rise in the supply of recycling material, exhumed from vacant dotcom offices, delivered via shopping trolley by vagrant bounty hunters."

  • LinuxPlanet: Editor's Note: theKompany's Act of Trust (2000-12-08 13:48:17)
    Earlier this week theKompany stepped up to the plate and donated the source code to Kivio, a Visio-like diagramming tool, to the KDE project. Like many others in the Open Source community, he's expecting users to step up and pay for something that they can get for free. Michael Hall explains why people like theKompany's Shawn Gordon are taking a chance on Open Source -- and why we need to support them if Open Source is viable as a model for the future.

  • LinuxPR: Sohodojo and Communities of the Future announce Open Source partnership (2000-12-08 08:41:03)
    "The Center is an Applied R&D Lab and Study Center chartered to develop and facilitate the application of Open Source collaboration technologies within 'Small is Good' Business Webs in urban and rural communities seeking a sustainable future."