__/ [ Mark Kent ] on Wednesday 02 August 2006 17:37 \__
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> nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>> It's interesting that IBM, which has done so much to promote Linux
>> (including television ads, "The Future is Open"), has not shown any
>> interest in the desktop. This may be a first. Perhaps it is because
>> they haven't seen a lot of money in the desktop. Article seems
>> balanced to me.
> They did recently release Lotus Notes for linux, and word is that
> they've been deploying desktop linux internally, as well. I think a few
> larger corps doing this, along with all the governments which are going
> the same way, will lead to top-notch desktop distributions in short
> order. Ubuntu is already leading the way.
IBM has also waved a high-profile bounty for corporations that embrace Notes.
IBM has got to get its employees to eat their own dogfood, or face FUD.
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