Linux at the BBC - page 4
Linux is used by the BBC behind the scenes in mission-critical positions. It's known about and respected by most technically-oriented BBC staff; as our numbers grow, we may be able to convince shows such as 'Tomorrow's World' to use screenshots of Netscape under Linux systems, instead of MacOS and Windows, to help improve the BBC's technical image.
Ciaran Anscomb, Richard Cooper, Andrew Gorton, Dipen Patel, Oliver Skudder and Andrew Wales.
Senior Internet Operations Engineer, BBC
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