Changes in Linux, Changes in LinuxPlanetNothing stops changing in the Linux world, it seems. And that includes LinuxPlanet.
We're not a hacker site; as Linux has matured past its humble roots and become a presence both in the general computer field and the corporate-computing sphere, any decent Linux coverage must chronicle that maturation. So we'll follow Linux in the corporate world as well--which you've already noticed with our overview of Linux and the blossoming application-server field.
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