Bart Decrem -- Leveraging Desktop Linux
Linux and Main interviews
Bart Decrem of Hancom Linux.
"In 1999, he became a co-founder of Eazel, the innovative but ultimately unsuccessful open source company that produced the Nautilus graphical shell for GNOME. He has now joined Hancom Linux, the Korean concern that produces a Linux distribution there and that is known elsewhere for its Hancom Office productivity suite. In an interview with Linux and Main, the personable and enthusiastic Decrem discussed life in Korea, his company's plans, Linux business models, what went wrong at Eazel, how dislike of the U.S. could spell success for Linux and disaster for Microsoft, and a multitude of other things."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Apr 24, 2002 )
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