One of the original big wigs behind the RedHat Linux company more than a decade ago is resigning his position at RedHat to persue other interests. Anyone into computing knows the RedHat name and regardless of what has been stated, RedHat has made many advances in many places to get Linux on the desktop, entry level server and even enterprise servers. This doesn't appear to be something stemming from bad news so we can expect business as usual from the IT company. When people in high positions move out of IT we often see large changes in policies in the time that follows. Some have felt that RedHat has stagnated a bit the past year, but as Linux becomes increasingly adopted, RedHat will surely follow.
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