Murdock says [about RedHat and Novell/SUSE]:
> I can think of some reasons why they might not want to do that [make
> the LSB stronger], namely that behind the words, that Linux standards
> are important, at the end of the day they're trying to build their own
> proprietary position which largely revolves around the ISV
> certifications that they have...I suppose that any hesitance on their
> part represents a sort of mismatch between what they're saying and what
> they're doing.
This looks like FUD to me.
He should have better checked who has been supporting LSB in the past
and who got certifications. Guess who's the first to get LSB2.0
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