Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
Tuesday, August 24th, 2004from Chicago IL
Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.
We are BACK and this week; Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are bringing you
a great new show tonight. ?????
ALL News Tonight.
We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the
week including: Microsoft wears the frock of corporate confusion, Sco tap dancing, Government Waste, plus a clueless pundit or two…….. and way more.
- Fighting for Radio: – By Doc Searls
- Cherry launches keyboard for Linux users by Ingrid Marson – ZD Net UK
- Linux in South Korea Schools: By Sejin Kim – ZD Net
- Certification not required: Linux Insider – By Todd R. Weiss (lets see how our guest responds to this)
- Linux Desktop Needs PC Vendor Support By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols – eWeek
- Samba-3: A Nine User Network Server By John Terpstra – InformIT
- Open source vs non-open source computing BY INUS GOUWS – ItWeb
- Microsoft – Submitted by listener Dan Taylor
- Waste in the UK – Submitted By listener Geoff Lane
- 10 years and three failures take courts IT full circle (More UK Waste) – Submitted By listener Geoff Lane
- Microsoft quits U.N. standards group By John Markoff – CNet
- The GPL Pickle SCO Is In — IBM’s Memo in Support of PSJ on Counterclaim for Copyright Infringement – as text – GrokLaw
- Mirrors- we need em! and how!
Segment Two- LPI–
We are joined tonight by Evan Leibovitch of the Linux Professional Institute, and we will be discussing
the ongoing cerification efforts of LPI. LPI was formally incorporated as a Canadian non-profit and is headquartered near Toronto. LPI brings together an active and committed community with the companies and professionals who can fund and carry out LPI’s initiatives. LPI is recognized worldwide as the premier organization advocating and assisting in the professional use of Linux, open source, and free software.
LPI is working on a number of initiatives to accomplish its advocacy goals, but is currently best known for its Linux skills certification exams. LPI’s industry standard certifications are delivered in thousands of locations worldwide, in multiple languages and with the support of employers, vendors, and trainers. It has delivered over 50,000 Level One and Level Two certification exams globally since the program’s inception. Â¨LPI is an important resource to the open source sector and its leadership in the development of high quality linux certification is celebrated by the community
Evan Leibovitch was one of the co-founders of LPI. Before taking the role as LPI President, he was a Vice President at Starnix Inc., a Linux-centric VAR located near Toronto. He registered his first Internet domain in 1986, has been involved with Unix even longer, and first started using Linux in 1996. He was a co-founder of the Canadian Linux Users’ Exchange and has written on Linux issues for a number of publications. Evan has a degree in Philosophy from York University and a graduate degree in Journalism from Ryerson Polytechnic University.
Very recently LPI, together with its U.S. Affiliate, the Open Source Software Institute (OSSI) announced the appointment of Ted Cook as Director of US Business Development.Â¨ The US represents the worldÂ´s single largest IT market and represents a significant opportunity for the open source sector in general. But, is lagging in overall adoption to the rest of the world. Ted is already very well known to the open source sector in the US and will bring a strong background in business development and progressive marketing to the LPI organization to help to establish the LPI brand to US based IT firms.
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