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CNET video clips from LinuxWorld

Aug 31, 2001 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 1 views

[Updated Aug. 31, 2001; 6:15am PDT] Here are four interesting CNET video clips from this week's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco . . .

  • Open source and commercial challenges — Apache founder Brian Behlendorf and Linux kernel founder Linus Torvalds talk about issues pertaining to the commercialization of Linux and how companies can both make money and compete… on an open source platform.
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  • The future of the GPL — Brian Behlendorf and Linus Torvalds talk about the shelf life of the GPL, and whether it should be kept alive.
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  • Open source creates an even playing field — Linux founder Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel, former technology chief at SuSE, discuss what's most important to the open-source community. Torvalds holds that there is no overarching focus, yet Hohndel says the market might think otherwise.
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  • Some cool devices running Embedded Linux, including Compaq iPAQ, an Earthlink telematics device, and the HP Digital Entertainment Center.
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