InformationWeek: Open-Source Startups Throw Coming-Out Party

InformationWeek writes that the approval of the LSB as an ISO standard signifies the maturation of the Linux operating system. Furthermore, the adoption of open standards is seen by software executives as accelerating open-source application development.

ISO Makes Linux Standard Base a Standard

The Open Source Business Conference will open with the news that ISO/IEC has approved the LSB as a PAS (Publicly Available Standard).

Sys Con: Linux industry unites behind desktop standard

This article covers the widespread support for the LSB desktop standard.

Newsforge: LSB to standardize the desktop

Newsforge covers the LSB desktop project.

ZDNET covers the LSB desktop announcement

ZDNet writes: Big names in the computer industry are pledging to make the development of desktop applications for the Linux operating system much easier than it has been.

Newsforge: LSB to standardize the desktop

Newsforge says the LSB Desktop workgroup has garnered widespread support

ComputerWeekly: Key players back industry standards

ComputerWeekly interviews new FSG member CA.

ADT Magazine: Industry Unites Behind LSB

ADTMagazine explains the LSB desktop project.

LinuxWorld: Linux Standard Base Reaches Critical Mass

LinuxWorld magazine states that with CA’s joining, the FSG has reached critical mass.

ComputerWeekly: CA Throws its Weight Behind LSB

ComputerWeekly covers CA joining the FSG and the release of LSB 3.0.

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