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IT Management Linux News for Jan 28, 2008

  • Commentary: ISO Should Kick OOXML Off the Standards Bus (2008-01-28 21:15:24)
    Linux.com: "Microsoft's responses make clear that within one year, it will have four different OOXML specifications to implement and interoperate with, and each of those specs will be closed. Under no circumstances should such a flawed specification become an international standard..."

  • Why Don't Corporates Love Debian? (2008-01-28 19:00:52)
    iTWire: "The Debian GNU/Linux project needs more support--men, money and machines. But, apart from HP, big corporates don't offer the project much..."

  • Foundation Rewards Open Source Business Plans (2008-01-28 17:30:25)
    vnunet: "The Open Source Business Foundation, a European open source network has awarded a total of €75,000 to the three winners of its annual Open Source Business Awards..."

  • Bear Mistake No. 1: Never Sleep on Red Hat Inc. (2008-01-28 16:00:17)
    thestockmasters: "Microsoft is still selling their Vista operating systems, good for them. But the future ladies and gentlemen is not Microsoft, rather it's all the nerdy coders that created the Open Source wave..."

  • Volume: Money or Misdirection? (2008-01-28 01:00:41)
    tecosystems: "In the wake of the billion dollar valuation of MySQL, a number of intelligent folks have been crunching the estimated numbers in search of an equation that makes sense in the context of the market economics..."