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Desktop Linux Standardization

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DesktopLinux is running a story on using standards to increase the success of Linux on the enterprise desktop.

It includes, "The Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), employer of Linux development heavyweights Linus Torvalds and Andrew Morton, today released a document that defines goals for making the Linux desktop succeed in the enterprise. The document was published by the OSDL's Desktop Linux Working Group, which launched one year ago."

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