Linux Journal: And The Winner Is…Desktop Linux!

Justin Ryan reports on the results of the Desktop Linux survey.

“According to the survey, which had more than double the number of respondents this year, desktop Linux is having a growth spurt, especially in the business market. Forty percent (40%) of businesses with one more more Linux desktops reported they were running Linux on at least half their desktop machines.”

InfoWorld: Linux event planned for China

Paul Krill covers the announcement of the Linux Developer Symposium to be held in Beijing on February 19-20.

“The event will address desktop, server and embedded Linux opportunities, the foundation said. Speakers include Andrew Morton, Linux kernel maintainer; Coly Li, Novell file system maintainer and Matt Mackall, embedded expert and kernel developer. Also scheduled to appear is Jim Zemlin, foundation executive director.”

eWeek: Survey Says … Linux Desktop Is Ever More Popular

Steven Vaughan-Nichols covers the final tallies of the Linux Desktop survey which showed a record number of users this year.

e-Commerce Times Asks Zemlin About Linux in 2008

Check out Jack Germain’s interview with Jim to find out where LF sees Linux in the year head.

TechNewsWorld: Choosing a Linux Distro, Part 1: Kicking the Tires

Jack Germain writes a guide for choosing a Linux Distro, including thoughts by Dan Kohn.

Network World: Open source claims seat at the corporate table in ‘08

John Fontana predicts that 2008 will be the year that Linux and open source show that hard work really pays off, including commentary by Jim and Dan.

InfoWorld: A look into the crystal ball for 2008 shows greater Linux adoption

Nancy Weil gives her predictions for the upcoming year, including Jim’s insight and calling 2008 “A Linux Year”.

LinuxInsider: Who Needs Linux Support?

Jack Germain reports on various types of support for Linux, including comments by Dan Kohn.

ZDNet: Ts’o what’s new at the Linux Foundation?

Dana Blankenhorn reports on Ted Ts’o’s new appointment at the LF.

ZDNet: This time for sure on mobile Linux

Dana Blankenhorn reports on Jim’s 2008 predictions and his view that next year will be

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