Desktop Linux Summit finale

Posted by dcparris on Apr 26, 2006 4:08 PM EDT
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SAN DIEGO -- The fourth annual Desktop Linux Summit 2006 concluded yesterday with its second full day of back-to-back, three-at-a-time sessions. I enjoyed all of the talks I attended except the last one, where Rob Enderle first recited Microsoft's version of the history of the world and then explained to the dwindling crowd why OEMs don't preload Linux.

[The end of this article points back to the recent debate over Linspire's business model here on LXer. - dcparris]

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