Chris DiBona, Google's open-source program manager, is one of several tech execs who spoke at LinuxWorld, which took place from Aug. 8 to 11, 2005. "We do odd things to the Linux kernel to have it perform the way we want it to," he said. "With other operating systems, it's not as easy and we have to ask permission. We don't like that."
Splunk, a Silicon Valley start-up, is attempting to bring Google-like search and sophisticated pattern analysis to the log-file mining process. The company showed off its software this week at LinuxWorld. Pictured here is CEO Michael Baum.
At LinuxWorld, Oracle Co-President Charles Phillips said that his company is 100 percent behind the open-source operating system.
Eben Moglen, Columbia Law School professor and founder of the Software Freedom Law Center, speaking at LinuxWorld.
In remarks at LinuxWorld, Hewlett-Packard exec Martin Fink challenged IBM and Sun Microsystems to drop their open-source licensing schemes and adopt the GPL.
Stuart Cohen, CEO of Open Source Development Lab, checks the teleprompter during his keynote panel at LinuxWorld.