Red Hat at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference
San Diego: July 26, 2001
 
A sea of Red Hats
  Photo: M. Cox | D. Story/O'Reilly Network

"To be, rather than to seem," began Red Hat CTO Michael Tiemann in last week's conversation with Microsoft at the O'Reilly open source conference, pointing out that it was better to be trustworthy rather than to seem trustworthy. By the time he had finished, Tiemann left no doubt on to which side he fell. To see for yourself, please see the links below. And check out the sea of red hats!


Michael Tiemann's Presentation
Debate Audience Photos: 1 | 2
O'Reilly Conference Debate Webcast
  Tech NetCast
Microsoft, Red Hat argue open source
  CNET
Why Craig Mundie Came
  O'Reilly Network
Diverse Open-Source Advocates Face Common Threats
  SiliconValley.com
Microsoft's Pretense of Openness
  SiliconValley.com
Durham, N.C., Technology Executive Discusses 'Open Source' Programming
  The News & Observer
Developers Aren't Buying Microsoft's Open-Source Overtures
  The Industry Standard
Open-Source Debate Rages
  Network World
Open-Source Debate Rages at O'Reilly Conference
  Computerworld
Microsoft, Red Hat Square Off Over Open-Source
  eWeek
Sparks Fly at Open-Source Debate
  ZDNet
Microsoft's Mundie Talks and Debates With Open-Source Fans
  Interactive Week