April 14, 2001

ApacheCon 2001: A notebook

Author: JT Smith

ApacheWeek reports on highlights from the recent ApacheCon. "Jon 'maddog' Hall from Linux International enlightened us with an entertaining and animated keynote speech. He touched on trademark issues where people take advantage of the Linux name to create, for example 'Linux
University'. These issues are of particular interest to Apache, and the ASF take care to protect the Apache name.

With the recent downturn in the technical sector he explained his business plan which involves combining microcomputing and
microbrewing. 'When the computer industry is at a low, beer drinking is at a high.' he said. By combining both industries into a single course
you can make sure you always have a job."


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