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IT Management Linux News for Dec 27, 2000

  • Ch@nnelWeb: Balance of Red Hat Sales to Shift (2000-12-27 17:12:48)
    "Despite a slumping stock price, Red Hat CEO and president Matthew Szulik expects partners to get squarely behind the Linux software company, so much, in fact, that they will tip the balance of software sales generated by the Research Triangle Park, N.C., company to third parties."

  • InfoWorld: With IBM's support, Linux can look forward to ringing in the new year on a high note (2000-12-27 16:58:33)
    "Is IBM's support isolated? Yes. Is that support impactful in and of itself? Perhaps not. But with the recent layoffs and stock devaluation of various Linux distributors, the Big Blue nod acts as a vital impetus to boost momentum in the open-source development community."

  • Upside: The year for open source (2000-12-27 13:07:47)
    "This place seems about as good as any to reflect on the past 12 months. Like most of the people stopping here to fill up their gas tanks and grab an In-N-Out double animal burger for the road, the open source community, or at least the businesses around open source software, seems to be in a hurry to reach an unclear destination."