User Linux Announced at the Desktop Linux Consortium Conference



Wired News:

The new version of Linux, called UserLinux, is being proposed by open-source sage Bruce Perens, who claims to have the backing of some of the world’s largest companies, across a number of business sectors. UserLinux, which will be paid for with multimillion-dollar donations from Perens’ corporate backers, will be free for unlimited use, and will be certified by large computer makers.

More coverage can be found at NewsForge and Slashdot.  General coverage of the Desktop Linux Consortium Conference can be found at El Reg, ONLamp, NYTimes, CRN and others.