August 3, 2002
Linux becoming mainstream in S. Africa
sundaytimes.co.za says, "A couple of years ago, Linux was little more than a fledgling operating system. Its advocates predicted world domination and its critics unflinchingly honed in on its failings. Today it is a radically different picture. Linux has matured in the last few years, not only in kernel code but also in its breadth of applications. Instead of the catch-up game it played in past years, Linux is now taking up a role as a major innovative force and a leader in a new generation of connected computing."