Tuesday, December 30th, 2003 from Chicago IL the Home of Lemon Heads
Tonight LIVE on www.thelinuxshow.com.
At 6pm pt, 7pm mt, 8pm ct, and 9pm et.... Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc
Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are all back live tonight. The desktop thread is over for a couple weeks
Segment One- The News. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the
week including: the new Kernel, news from LWE, the User Linux Progress, more community related acquisitions, a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.
- Kernel 2.6 released-by -
- MySQL 5.0.0 has been released-by Michael Widenius
- Finance Ministry Weaning Israel Off of Microsoft
- FLOSS in Iran -by -
- VPN router project nears initial release-Linux Devices
- Wikipedia asks for aid and apparently gets it quickly
- Linux Journal MeetUp on January 14-Linux Journal -
- Frontiers of Fun-SSC
- Red Hat buys Sistina-by CRN -
- Related: EMC buys VMWare
The Weekly SCONo SCO news worth the time
- Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die, SCO?-By Staff- Groklaw
- The Grinch Who Stole Linux-By Scott Lazar of Groklaw
- Novell deal good for Linux, bad for SCO-By Peter Williams - vnunet.com
- SGI: Letter to the Linux Community- Get bit SCO
- Halloween IX: It Ain't Necessarily SCO-
- An Open Letter to Darl-Newsforge good thoughts by ESR
- 'SCO' code could be written out of Linux-
- Red Hat Files Complaint Over SCO's Linux Claims -
- CALDERA Employees work on Kernel- Jeff:I told you so
- Torvalds Speaks Out on SCO, Linux- from e-week
- SCO Owns Your Computer- Byte (how appropriate)
- OSI Position Paper
on the SCO-vs.-IBM Complaint-
- Eric Raymond's attempt
to find holes in SCO's claim-
SCO's CEO says buyout could end Linux fight- by TODD R. WEISS of
This may be the defining story of the entire SCO situation
The SCO/Microsoft Connection
Linux and Main Summary- has to be good, quoted jeff.....
& Main editorial citing Microsoft- By Dennis Powell
- "SCO ANNOUNCES
UNIX LICENSING DEAL WITH MICROSOFT" - the official press release
- If it Look like a
duck, smells like a duck, walks like a duck? Its a duck HEY DOJ
- OK, So
Why Did Microsoft Buy That SCO License?- by Maureen O'Gara of
Segment Two- LinuxWorld Conference & Expo News-
Tonight we are going to joined by Warwick Davies Group Vice President IDG World
Expo to talk about what is new this year with our favorite Linux Conference
(now that ALS is gone), the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo held next month
January 20th through 23rd at NYC's Javit's center. The event is of course put on by
the folks at IDG World Expo, a business unit of IDG.
If you have been living under a rock the last few years, LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is
the premier event exclusively focused on Linux and open source solutions. As the world's
most comprehensive marketplace for open source products and services, LinuxWorld
provides business decision-makers with information and resources to implement Linux and
open source solutions into business infrastructure and enterprise networks. Plus it is fun.
Editorial Note: TLS will be broadcasting17 hours of live broadcasts from the Javits
Center in NYC over the three day run of the event. As we embark upon our 7th year of
webcasting TLS (The Linux Show), we find it very gratifying that we can renew our long
relationship with the folks at IDG who have been so kind over the years to give us their
support in bringing our broadcast to their technology events.
Warwick Davies is a Group Vice President at IDG World Expo responsible for the Macworld
Conference & Expo and LinuxWorld Conference & Expo brands. Warwik recently joined
the company in July 2003. Before joining IDG World Expo, he was an independent consultant
helping companies quickly and profitably discover and launch international business
opportunities in the high tech and biotech sectors.
Prior to running his own consulting
business, he was Vice President of Expositions and International Business Development
at DCI, one of North America's premier business and technology conference and exposition
organizers. At DCI, Warwick conceived and launched DCI's international conference program,
including events in the UK, Germany, France, Japan, the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain.
He also held worldwide responsibility for DCI's Customer Relationship Conference and
Prior to joining DCI, Warwick held a series of international sales, marketing,
operations and administration management positions with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines,
Lufthansa Germana Airlines, Hertz Corporation and the British Government. Warwick
is also author of The Freeport Experiment, a book detailing the success and failures of
the UK free trade zones. He holds a BS in Economics from Northeastern University.
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