From IT-director.com: "Linux has been struggling to get off the ground as a desktop, competing with the likes of Windows. As a server
solution it has done well, a cheaper solution for the dotcoms, a stable solution for the Telcos. Variants of kernels
have offered benefits in different arenas; applications have been developed for businesses and with some degree of
success. As with any planetoid environment, the world of Linux has changed by season. Currently in the season of
Linux weakness, the servers have come under attack from aliens, the hackers, when everyone thought it was safe.
What is the next season going to be, a serious bug?"
February 28, 2001