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The War With Microsoft Is Over…who won?

April 12, 2011 No Comments

There’s nothing like an anniversary to inspire a trip down memory lane, but after 20 years of such milestones, the effect tends to be even more pronounced.

No wonder, then, that the occasion of Linux’s 20th birthday this year has provoked so much reflection.

Numerous Linux fans, of course, were busy kicking off celebrations of the event last week at the Linux Foundation’s Collaboration Summit in San Francisco. It was some key comments by the foundation’s own Jim Zemlin, however, that caused so many to pause and consider.

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