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The Voices of Xandros

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Most operating system reviews and developer interviews rely on technical points to explain what the project is about and what benefits users might derive from it. But what of the people responsible for the lion's share of the work in the open source software world? So rarely do we hear about their opinions and perspective on their project of choice. So here's a not-so-technical interview with three of the real people who contribute time and effort to developing the Xandros family of GNU/Linux distributions.

Including:

Ken Wong, Senior Quality Support Manager
Erich Forler, Senior Product Development Manager
Jeff Tranter, Senior Software Development Manager

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