March 29, 2001
Bob Young, tete-a-tete with the monopoly
Author: JT Smith
In his last column for LinuxWorld, editor Joe Barr hosts a discussion with Red Hat chairman Bob Young and "Jim Allmouth," big dog at an un-named technology titan. Mr. Mouth, got to the point quickly, asking Young: "With a name like Red Hat Linux, how can you protect the company from becoming un-American? Especially when so many Linux hackers are not American. Can you deny that neither Linus Torvalds nor Alan Cox is American?"