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Linux Today: Time to Get Serious

Brian Proffitt writes an excellent editorial and call to action for the community to get behind the LSB and counter Microsoft’s FUD.

Brockmeier: LinuxWorld day three

Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier attends the “LSB Desktop: Benefitting Application Developers Now” presentation at LinuxWorld SF.

The Hosting News: MySQL, RealPlayer, Get Linux Standard Base Certification

The Hosting News reports on FSG’s announcement at LinuxWorld SF.

LWN covers FSG printing news

LWN writes on the merging of Linuxprinting.org and Open Printing under the auspices of the FSG here.

DesktopLinux covers Linuxprinting.org

DesktopLinux says about Linuxprinting.org merging with Open Printing: “The result is expected to be easier and more standardized printing functionality on Linux, and better support for Linux and printing vendors, FSG spokeswoman Amanda McPherson said.

Newsforge: MySQL and RealPlayer Certify to the LSB

Newsforge covers the recent news that two leading applications will now be LSB certified.

ZDNet interviews Jim Zemlin

ZDNet Korea’s interview with Jim Zemlin reveals how promoting open standards is the best answer against operating system monopolies and vendor lock-in.

LinuxWorld gets Seoul

Newsforge provides an account of Korea’s first LinuxWorld Expo, at which Jim Zemlin of the Free Standards Group was a headliner.

Free Standards Group Boosts Activities in Asia

LinuxInsider covers FSG’s efforts to prevent Linux fragmentation in Asia.

Korean triumvirate joins FSG with LSB-enrichment plans

LinuxDevices.com provides details on three new Korean members of the Free Standards Group.

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