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By: Linux Foundation Wordpress » Blog Archive » Novell Open Audio Podcast with Jim

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 19:29:33 +0000

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By: NOVELL: Novell Open PR » Blog Archive » A solid foundation

Mon, 22 Jan 2007 20:06:03 +0000

[...] Open Source Development Labs and the Free Standards Group have announced they’re joining forces in the new Linux Foundation. Novell will be a platinum founding member of the new group. We’ve always been a strong supporter of cooperative work and standards in the open source arena and we look forward to continuing to support the Linux Foundation. We’ve got a “hot off the presses” Novell Open Audio interview with Jim Zemlin, the head of the new Linux Foundation, about why the two organizations are merging and the focus of the new group. Listen to that here. [...]



By: Boycott Novell » Linux Foundation Formed, Novell to Interview Jim Zemlin

Mon, 22 Jan 2007 14:48:42 +0000

[...] It is likely that you have heard already about the merger which turns OSDL (Open Source Development Labs) and the FSG (Free Standards Group) into the Linux Foundation. Whether you like this or not, Novell will soon release an interview with the FSG executive director. This loosely relates to Bruce Perens’ desire not to have Novell closely involved in directions which the Linux community takes. This deal may have already cost OSDL a decent proportion of its staff, due to its divisive nature. [...]