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Ubuntu CTO on the desktop platform's runaway success

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With the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo kicking off this week, today we conclude our series of interviews with Linux experts (see the newsletter archives for the previous interviews). This week, I talked with Matt Zimmerman, chairman of the technical board and CTO for Ubuntu - the Debian-based Linux distribution, which has become one of the most popular Linux flavors among open source enthusiasts. We spoke about Ubuntu's latest LTS offering, whether Ubuntu is being adopted on servers, and how to compare one open source organization to another.

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