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The Future of Gentoo Linux

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But the real big question on my mind, as the proprietor of a new start-up IT company, will Gentoo Linux have a future or will another fork of Gentoo, such as Sabayon Linux assume to role to provide support for a possible Gentoo-based Enterprise Server? For many of us, if Daniel Robbins decided to assume to role either as President of CEO of any Gentoo-based entity, I think we would support him. Financially, many of us would pay for support services from Daniel Robbins. I am not sure he knows that. His coming, if he is patient, something I noticed he seems to lack sometimes, his company will be successful.

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