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As Linux makes its move in the big-business arena, the open-source community faces growing pains. Correspondent James Hilliard asks conference-goers at LinuxWorld 2004 in San Francisco for their thoughts on the transition and how it is affecting the development of the open-source landscape.
Speaking at a San Francisco conference on Wednesday, Sun CEO Scott McNealy described today as the "Participation Age" in technology, saying Sun's open-source approach fits with that direction.
At the JavaOne converence in San Francisco on Wednesday, CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland asks Java co-creator James Gosling how he views the software technology's current open-source status. Gosling, chief technology officer of Sun Microsystems, gives full credit to the many independent developers.
At the JavaOne converence in San Francisco on Wednesday, CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland asks Java co-creator James Gosling how he views the software technology's current open-source status. Gosling, chief technology officer of Sun Microsystems, gives
At OracleWorld in San Francisco, Sun CEO Scott McNealy takes on the competition, touting Java, open-source systems and upcoming low-cost infrastructure software announcements.
At the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco, CNET's Brian Cooley talks with the general manager of RealNetworks' Helix technology, Kevin Foreman, about a new open-source program that's aimed at creating a media player for Linux.
At the Vortex 2005 conference in San Francisco, the Linux distributor's CEO Matthew Szulik talks to business author Geoffrey Moore about competing with Sun Microsystems and Red Hat's role as a thought leader in the open-source community.
At Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz and Dell CEO Michael Dell share the stage to announce that Sun's open-source operating system, Solaris, will be shipping on Dell servers.
At LinuxWorld in San Francisco, Novell CEO Jack Messman discusses how this week's acquisition of Ximian will round out his company's open-source cross-platform offerings.
Willow Garage hosted an open house Wednesday evening to introduce the first round of PR2 robots being made available to researcher and developers. With a mission to accelerate the advancement of open-source robotics software and development, the Menlo Park, Calif., company has now awarded 11 institutions a chance to see what they can do with the PR2 robots.