NYTimes: "A Software Populist Who Doesn’t Do Windows"
bdelacey at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 15:52:09 GMT 2009
The NYTimes has an article about
"In December, hundreds of these controversial software developers gathered
for one week at the
in Mountain View, Calif. They came from all over the world, sporting many of
the usual signs of software mercenaries: jeans, ponytails, unruly facial
hair and bloodshot eyes. ... All the fuss at the meeting centered on
something called Ubuntu and a man named Mark Shuttleworth, the charismatic
35-year-old billionaire from South Africa who functions as the spiritual and
financial leader of this coding clan."
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