“I consider myself part of the open-source community. The (Linux) community has to recognize that it can’t have it both ways. Linux cannot be a hobbyist’s toy and be the leading operating platform in the industry at the same time. Those two things are incongruent. For Linux to become a credible part of the enterprise, it has to go through the standard evolution and maturing process” and “Linux on the desktop is definitely an area where hype is ahead of reality by orders of magnitude. There’s a sexiness around the idea of taking on Microsoft“, vice president in charge of Hewlett-Packard’s Linux strategy, Martin Fink says to News.com in a very interesting and seemingly honest interview.