__/ [ John Bailo ] on Tuesday 04 April 2006 01:26 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> | IBM continues to build on its 100 million dollar investment (EDIT: it's
>> | now 300 million) in Workplace software for Linux, which includes the
>> | 'Migration to the Penguin' initiative. Today, IBM continues to grow
>> | the Business Partner ecosystem through support of a series of new
>> | Business Partner technologies based on IBM Workplace technology and
>> | available to run on Linux to help customers realize the cost
>> | efficiencies of open source technologies.
> It's pretty sweet that after 2 decades of trying to write an OS, that
> they off and walked away with Linux and are now making paper with it.
They are putting money into it, too. Everyone else benefits.
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