Wired News Reports from Ubuntu Live!

Mike Calore attended Mark Shuttleworth’s keynote at Ubuntu Live! today. He reports on Shuttleworth’s “call for discussion” about how Linux distros can work with more predictable release schedules. Shuttleworth, who sits on the LF board, says this would help Linux compete better in the enterprise market.

LinuxInsider: McPherson on Open Legislation

An interesting two-part series on open development applied to law-making.

Linux Watch: Eclipse as the Visual Studio for Linux

Developers at the LF Collaboration Summit discussed using Eclipse for Visual Studio for Linux. More details here.

eWeek: Linux Releases Tight Kernel

SVN details the latest Linux kernel release 2.6.22 here.

InformationWeek’s Babcock Blogs About Suing Customers

Babcock has a great blog about the ongoing acceptance of open source from customers and quotes LF legal eagles Updegrove and Copenhaver about the chances of customers being sued

BusinessWeek Speculates on MySQL IPO, Zemlin Comments

See Jim Zemlin’s comments on the potential value of open source companies, along with many other takes from across the industry

Alan Zeichick Blogs About Second Phase of Linux Growth

Zeichick details his thoughts based on Zemlin’s address at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit earlier this month

LinuxInsider Talks to McPherson About Summit, Drivers

Jack Germain’s interview with LF’s Amanda McPherson results in this article about the Summit and driver work, in particular

Red Herring: Linux Leaders Unfazed by Microsoft

Cubarubbia interviews LF’s Zemlin, Red Hat’s Evans and 451 Group’s Zachary and finds the Linux beat goes on

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