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Novell opens up to Linux
Jan. 07, 2004

AlwaysOn talks with Ximian founders Nat Friedman and Miguel de Icaza, now respectively VP of product development and CTO of Novell's Ximian Services group, about the acquisition of Ximian into Novell. How is the combined company's combined culture today and what is Novell's open source strategy? "When we acquired Ximian it was as much about acquiring a culture as it was about acquiring a company. And, I think there's been quite a significant effect on the culture of Novell by this acquisition. Nat and Miguel's team has spent a lot of time interning with our engineering teams, marketing teams, and sales force, on getting everyone to understand the culture," says Chris Stone, Novell vice chairman.

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