Open Source News
February 12, 2004
What's Next for Linux
Charles Hynson sent me a link to this eWEEK article on Linux in the enterprise. "Linux is everywhere. it's in your Web server. It's in your data center. It's in your desktop, your laptop and your handheld. It may soon be in your car and home appliances. It's being used by NASA to operate the Mars rover." Interestingly, the ad that was displayed with the article was on Windows Server System and claimed that Linux is more expensive than Windows on the server.
Linux & Open Source
eWEEK also has a Linux & Open Source page on their site.
German city reveals Linux migration tactics
This ZDNet UK article tells how "the city of Schwäbisch Hall used toy penguins and the male ego to persuade workers to accept the switch to desktop Linux."