Fans of OS/2 want IBM to release it as open-source software
Thursday, July 28, 2005
As a result of IBM's officially setting the withdrawal date of its OS/2 operating system from the market, as well as its withdrawal of support, many OS/2 fans hope that the computer giant will release most or all of the operating system as open source software.
- On-line petition from users to make OS/2 open source (Curently not working)
- EWeek. "IBM's OS/2 Reaches the End of the Road" — , July 17, 2005
- SAP Info. "OS/2 Fans Want It To Go Open Source" — , July 20, 2005
- The Register. "Fans petition to open source OS/2" — , July 20, 2005
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