August 18, 2000
Linux culture clash: Developers vs. corporations
Author: JT Smith
From a story at TheStandard.com: "Hardware and software companies are tripping over one another to praise the virtues and business prospects of Linux. But profiting from this free, open-source operating system means navigating the freewheeling culture of unpaid developers and programmers. And within that culture, increasing 'corporatization' is exposing tensions between those who are taking Linux mainstream and those who want to cling to its anti-establishment roots."