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Open Source Journalist Named Principal Analyst By OSDL

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In addition to hands-on technology and product marketing expertise, Dave brings important relationships across the technology industry," said Stuart Cohen (pictured), CEO of OSDL, as OSDL today announced the appointment of Dave Rosenberg to a newly-created position as Principal Analyst. In this role, Rosenberg will publish analyses of market trends, manage marketing communication programs and evangelize OSDL's mission to increase adoption of Linux and open source technologies.

"With his knowledge of the Linux and open source marketplace, Dave can help OSDL deliver on its mission of bringing together industry, developers and customers to advance Linux," Cohen continued.

"I'm pleased at the opportunity to work with OSDL," said Rosenberg.

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