Linked by David Adams on Mon 4th Aug 2008 19:03 UTC
Linux Not all Linux distributions are made with the same components, which can make it difficult for software developers to write applications for multiple Linux distributions. That's where the Linux Standards Base (LSB) comes into play. For years the LSB has not quite lived up to its full potential. That could all change with the upcoming LSB 4.0 release.
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50 full-time engineers
by Ben Jao Ming on Mon 4th Aug 2008 22:23 UTC
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I've had for the past 18 months, 50 full-time engineers in Moscow working just on the LSB 4

Say what!? That's massive. Must have cost a fortune. I for one welcome our new Linux Standard Base Overlords. In Soviet Russia you don't hire workforce... workforce hires you. All your Linux Standard Base are belong to us.

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