Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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> | The City of Chicago had always been a Sun shop, but when it was time to
> | begin a hardware replacement cycle two years ago, platform architect Amy
> | Niersbach knew the city needed to reduce costs without sacrificing
> | quality. That's why she turned to Linux.
One more nail in the unix coffin, eh? When the day comes that the
classic unix development ceases for good, the only server platforms
with a conscious product plan will be IBM z/OS and Windows. That will
doubtless accelerate the rate of Windows market capture as opposing
products become more and more passe'.