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Call for Essays on Linux Standards
Slashdot.orgPosted by CmdrTaco on Thursday August 20, @04:43AM
from the got-something-to-say dept.
I've recieved quite a number of writeups from folks on the LSA, the LSB, and various other Linux standardization efforts. I've decided that tomorrow I'm going to post a few of the better ones. If you have an opinion (and judging by my swollen inbox, you all do) write an essay saying what you feel and why you feel it. Does Linux need to run free? Is this freedom the thing preventing us from truly being mainstream? We won't resolve it, but hopefully we can fairly present a few sides to the debate.

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