"Going into 2005, Mandrakesoft is a company that has gone
against everything that was predicted. It has survived the dot-com
bust, become profitable and continues to frown on the idea of
moving away from Free and Open Source Software development in favor
of the proprietary approach advocated by many of the newer
GNU/Linux distribution developers. To catch up on the changes since
their last full interview, Mandrakesoft co-founder Gaël Duval
recently agreed to talk with OFB's editor-in-chief, Timothy R.
Butler, about where the company is heading and the state of the
industry at the present time..."
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