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IT Management Linux News for Oct 08, 2002

  • KDE e.V. on the KDE League (Oct 08, 2002, 20:30)
    "There have been rumours recently about the financial situation of the KDE League, as well as criticism of its apparent inactivity. With KDE e.V., the KDE developers' organisational body which controls the KDE League, being recently resurrected, we will now be able to blow new life into the KDE League..."

  • Pour: KDE League Clarifications (Oct 08, 2002, 17:09)
    KDE League Chairman Andreas Pour has publicly responded to the latest article from Linux and Main.

  • US News & World Report: Attack of the Freebie Software (Oct 08, 2002, 16:00)
    "New license fees from Microsoft have put the bite on GiftCertificates' budget. Ahern won't supply an exact figure but says the difference 'is hundreds of dollars on the Linux side versus tens of thousands of dollars for Windows...'"

  • Linux and Main: Delaware: KDE League, Federally Tax-Exempt, Is Reinstated (Oct 08, 2002, 15:00)
    "Indeed, because it is tax-exempt, she said, the KDE League had been listed as 'void' in error in the state's computer system and would now be reinstated..."

  • CIN: Linux TCO: Less Than Half The Cost of Windows (Oct 08, 2002, 14:59)
    Sure Linux is cheaper - but by how much? A new study looks at real-life deployments and comes up with some hard numbers.