Perens: Companies finding desktop space for Linux, part 1

SAN FRANCISCO -- While others predicted that enterprise adoption of Linux desktops would take off in 2004, open source advocate Bruce Perens took a longer view. He sticks by his earlier prediction that Linux will run on 30% of enterprise desktops by 2006. In the first of a two-part interview, he discusses the Linux desktop "state of the union" and why Microsoft's hold on the office desktop will weaken. Perens, who is the primary author of The Open Source Definition, will deliver his third biannual "Open Source State of the Union" address today at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.

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