A few things popped up last week that I forgot to mention. Luckily a few other bloggers noticed them and that reminded me to say something about 'em.

OSCON Talk: Open Source at Yahoo!

At this year's Open Source Conference, I had the chance to spend a few minutes on stage after Kim Polese (Spike Source) and before Jonathon Schwartz (Sun Microsystems) to talk briefly about Open Source at Yahooo!

The talk is now available on IT Conversations, a kick ass service.

I see that Jonathon's talk is there now too.

InformationWeek on Open Source in the Enterprise

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to talk with Larry Greenemeier from InformationWeek. He was gathering information for a story on Open Source in the enterprise and wanted to learn more about what we've done at Yahoo.

His story, Open Source Goes Corporate appeared last week. There was apparently some room to fill, 'cause they included a picture of me. Larry also wrote up some of the background material in a blog post called Why In The World Would Big Companies Use Open Source?

Posted by jzawodn at October 03, 2005 02:14 PM

Reader Comments
# Didier DURAND said:

I listened to your talk on ITConversations. Great moment!

Would you please tell me where I can find your slides? Didn't find them on conference site.



on November 28, 2005 10:50 PM
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