Red Hat, it seems, is all about open source and closed answers.
A pair of cagey executives today kicked off the company's user conference here with plenty of religious rhetoric but precious few details on product plans. The Red Hat brass – CEO Matt Szulik and CTO Brian Stevens – proved most vague around the questions of a proper desktop OS, increasing pressure from Ubuntu and the Microsoft, Novell, Dell love-in. But, when not avoiding questions, Szulik and Stevens were generous with their paradigm shifts and world-changing ambitions.
May 10, 2007