October 16, 2003

Oregon State University Weighs in on Browser War

Cooper Stevenson writes "Scott Kveton, Unix Systems Administrator for Oregon State University, made the front page of the Gazette Times this morning for his efforts in hosting the Mozilla web browser!.

Here's a great quip by Scott in the article:
"It's a very busy server right now. I can tell you right now we're putting out 120 megabytes a second which might impress some people," Kveton said."
And this...
"We use open source not exclusively, but heavily. Our entire e-mail infrastructure and all of our anti-spam software has been run by open-source software for the last year. It's reduced spam and viruses, I would say, about 40 percent for the entire campus. It's been a huge win for us, and it's all been free to use!"
Way to go Scott!"

Here's a great quip by Scott in the article:

"It's a very busy server right now. I can tell you right now we're putting out 120 megabytes a second which might impress some people," Kveton said."

And this...

"We use open source not exclusively, but heavily. Our entire e-mail infrastructure and all of our anti-spam software has been run by open-source software for the last year. It's reduced spam and viruses, I would say, about 40 percent for the entire campus. It's been a huge win for us, and it's all been free to use!"

Way to go Scott!"

Link: gazettetimes.com

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