Red Hat may be dominating the world of corporate Linux, the company is a no-show at Linuxworld this year. The company declined to spend marketing dollars on a large showfloor booth. Instead it did some one on one interviews with clients and press in a nearby hotel and hosted a private reception.
The company itself is dodging questions on the subject, but speculations range from a fallout between Linuxworld organizer IDG to the fact the Linux vendor did its main announcements at the Red Hat Summit last May.
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