It's a LinuxWorld, after all
Posted on: 01/20/2003 01:53 PM

CNET News has posted an article on the upcoming LinuxWorld Expo in New York

The computing industry has become better adjusted to Linux and the collaborative, sharing, open-source philosophy that underlies the software. While the heart of Linux itself legally must be available for free, nearly every major computing company is trying to find ways to profit from it.

Those methods will be on display Wednesday through Friday at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo as Linux customers are trotted out to illustrate that the operating system is for established companies, not just for the uber-techies that originally created Linux.


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