Harris, Andrew; Starostin, Alex; Pabinger, Andreas; White, Philip; Shuttleworth, Steve
September 2004
Computer Weekly;9/28/2004, p38
Trade Publication
Presents several letters to the editor in response to articles published in the previous issue of the journal. Comment on Linux operating system; Comment on Microsoft Corp.'s product and services; Information on open source software.


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