Interview With Robert Lange, co-founder and lead developer of VectorLinux (DistroWatch Weekly #308)

Posted by caitlyn on Jun 22, 2009 7:04 PM EDT
DistroWatch; By Caitlyn Martin, Chris Smat and Ladislav Bodnar
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The Slackware-based VectorLinux project has been around for almost a decade, making regular releases of the fast, desktop-friendly Linux distribution. Robert Lange, the project's co-founder and lead developer, was kind enough to agree to an interview. How did it all start? And what does the future hold for the project? Read on to find the answers to these and other questions. In the news section, the Fedora community announces a new live CD featuring the lightweight LXDE desktop environment, Mandriva prepares for its 2010 release with major changes to the development branch, and Ubuntu gets set to tackle minor annoyances which impact negatively on user experience. Also in the news, we link to an interview with Linux Mint's Clement Lefebvre and O'Reilly publishes answers provided by developers about the recently released OpenBSD 4.5.

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