Brian Caulfield, Forbes Roy Schestowitz Separated at Birth?
Open Letter to Brian Caulfield, Forbes:in Re: Novell Buddies Up 08.08.07
Brian, I had to comment on this as once again, as the industry is announcing a cascade of historically substantive, non-trivial Dell-SuSE, Lenovo-SuSE, et al distribution Agreements, the week of LinuxWorld 2007, San Francisco you go seem to go out of your way to discuss some disconnected, tangential, FUD ridden article viz-a-viz Roy Schestowitz (BoycottNovell.com) (separated at birth?). With all due respect I expect your next article, given the most important news in Linux's history, the Aug 10 SCO v. Novell court ruling (grokLaw.net if link is blocked) in Novell's favor that your article will go something like this...
Novell not even close to 756
Brian Caulfield, 08.08.07, 5:51 PM ET Barry Bonds holds the all-time Major League home run record, after hitting his 756th home run in a game against the Washington Nationals on August 7, 2007, surpassing Hank Aaron. Novell, of course, is the software company that has been wandering in the desert ever since Microsoft thundered through its business in the 1990s. Since then, Novell has looked to Linux to do a little disruption of its own, buying its own Linux distribution, SuSe, in 2003 and blending much of its business software know-how with the expertise of the open-source software shops, such as SuSe, that it has acquired....
Sincerely and respectfully,