It’s not easy for a Linux company to let go the reins of control over its community Linux distribution. Just ask Red Hat, which started to let go of Fedora and then decided to keep managing it (Red Hat keeps … Continue reading →
October 7, 2008
by sjvn01 Comments Off on Going to a Linux or Open-Source Show?
The Linux Foundation recently announced that they’d be holding a new get-together, LinuxCon and a few days later IDG announced that they were transforming LinuxWorld into OpenSource World. My question: Will you be going to either one? Or, to any … Continue reading →
KACE, a systems management appliance company, announced that their recent survey of IT administrators showed that 60 percent of them have no plans to deploy Vista. That’s almost 10% more turning their backs on Vista then in KACE’s last survey … Continue reading →
August 10, 2007
by sjvn01 Comments Off on Linspire executives exodus?
According to multiple sources close to Linux distributor Linspire, former CEO Kevin Carmony was not the only executive to leave Linspire at the end of July. Sources say that Chad Olson, the company’s CFO, and other high-ranking officials including the … Continue reading →
June 11, 2007
by sjvn01 Comments Off on What the Microsoft/Xandros deal means for Linux
Microsoft and Linux distributor Xandros on June 4 signed a broad set of collaboration and patent agreements that reminded many of the November 2006 Microsoft/Novell partnership. What do analysts and other Linux vendors think this new deal means for Linux? … Continue reading →