Marketing Manager Clive Bearman is kept honest by SUSE Linux project manager Gerald Pfeifer.
Archive for March, 2006
Michelle “Hula Girl” Escalante tells us what’s been going on with Hula.
Cryptovision’s Marco Smeja tells us about Crytovision, a PKI solution for eDirectory that underlies a 300,000 user identity system.
Novell Open Audio brings you backstage at BrainShare to talk with people who did the technology demos in the Monday keynote session. Crispin Cowan comments on his demo of Novell AppArmor. Robert Wipfel and Lars Marowsky talk about the clustering technology they demo’ed. Eric Anderson sums up the demos and how to find more about SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 at BrainShare.
A special pre-BrainShare interview with Jeff Jaffe, the man over the entire software development organization at Novell.
Has desktop finally Linux arrived? Ted gives his view as a Novell insider. Then, Aaron Bockover tells us about how Banshee makes iPod and mp3 file support available to Linux desktop. Rock over London. Rock on Raleigh, North Carolina.
An attentive OpenAudiophile finds a secret message in NOA-002. We answer some emails, send out T-shirts. Engineering Director Ken Muir and Product Manager Bill Pray tell us about Novell GroupWise.
Dale Olds, one of the original architects of Novell eDirectory, explains the joint press announcement from IBM, Novell and Parity Communications about “Project Higgins.”