Titled “Progeny Linux leader takes new job”, C*Net takes a look at Ian Murdocks new job at Linux Standard Base.
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But Murdock foresees greater success. “This promises to be a breakout year for the LSB and for free standards in general, and I'm excited to be a part of it,” he said in the blog.
Among 2006 plans for the effort are LSB 3.1, which has elements specific to Linux on desktop computers; a road map for LSB 4.0; and “a renewed emphasis on increasing direct involvement” with software companies and those who distribute Linux, he said.