Datamation: “The definition of virtual Linux is as fluid as the Linux platform itself. For the desktop user, virtual Linux translates into being able to use Linux without changing their existing operating system. For those working with servers however, virtual Linux can mean something very different altogether.”
Sex is a sensitive subject in virtually any industry or profession, and FOSS, it appears, is no exception. Indeed, a recent article by Datamation's Bruce Byfield, "Sexism: Open Source Software's Dirty Little Secret," has set off a conflagration on the Linux blogs.
Datamation: "Intel and Nokia are two of the largest tech companies on the planet, but when it comes to developing a new mobile operating system, they've opted to not just team up, but to enlist the legions of open source developers out there."
Datamation: "However, open source security tools do offer a great deal of flexibility � not to mention cost advantages. If you want complete control over the way your network functions, having access to the source code gives you that ability.