Software company puts on hold its annual event, designed to educate customers and partners, citing potential attendees' difficulties in getting travel expense approval.
Matt Asay says the well-respected product manager's departure may be a harbinger of really big changes in company's systems and resource management unit. UPDATE: Looks like he just wanted a job at Microsoft.
Novell is scoring big this week with some interesting new deals.
Pamela Jones has dug about to try to figure out just what Microsoft hopes to gain from open source. The answer seems to be, "Much for itself, and not much for open source."
Apple pulls out of Macworld conference; Yahoo trims video services, while Motorola trims employee salaries; and New York considers a tax on digital downloads.
A random sampler of great technology news, especially as it relates to open source.
With its scheduled April 24 release of Ubuntu 8.04, which also goes by the alliterative moniker "Hardy Heron," Canonical will ship its second "long term support" (LTS) version.
It's probably not a wholly accurate description, but to call Mix conference for "the new Microsoft" doesn't seem that far off.