On the heels of Red Hat's inclusion of ObjectWeb's open-source application server, Marc Fleury, founder of JBoss, has a message for the North Carolina-based Linux distributer: Grow up.
By ZDNet Staff
| October 1, 2004 -- 23:44 GMT (16:44 PDT)
| Topic: Linux
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