Sunday, March 18, 2007

Red Hat and RHEL 5

A new release of linux for the geeks:

Red Hat, one of the most well-known names in Linux today, has announced a new version of RHE (Red Hat Enterprise) Linux. RHEL 5 was created with a close and strong working relationship with customers unlike other versions that used very few suggestions if any. Red Hat is taking the open source collaborative principles that customers are using today and applying them to other parts of the business, including services, systems management and partnerships.

"We have been developing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 for two years with our customers and partners driving the agenda. Their pain points were clear: they were unable to consume all of the technology being sold to them, and it was not solving their business problems effectively. Our resolve has been and will always be that we will deliver software that solves real business needs," said Paul Cormier, Executive Vice President of Engineering, Red Hat.

I can't remember who said it but someone did: Linux was invented so that geeks could get laid.

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