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 Larry Augustin - “With development infrastructure, sometimes we would find (companies) spending more time working on the (Linux) infrastructure for the project than working on the project itself.”
 Larry Augustin - “While top and bottom-line results did not meet our expectations for the quarter, we remain optimistic about our prospects for growth in the future. We remain committed to profitability, excluding non-cash charges, no later than the end of calendar 2001 and we anticipate revenue for fiscal 2001 to be approximately 2.25 times fiscal 2000 revenue.”
 Larry Augustin - “If you're using the Internet today, you're using open source software you're using Linux.”
 Larry Augustin - “We are charging customers to sell to them. To me that seems like an inefficient model.”
 Larry Augustin - “Linux guys give their parents Linux machines. They can configure them so their parents can't delete applications. They just log in and get their e-mail.”
 Larry Augustin - “Linux guys give their parents Linux machines, ... They can configure them so their parents can't delete applications. They just log in and get their e-mail.”
 Larry Augustin - “The wrong way is to open a Linux company that acts as a wall between the developer and the user,”
 Larry Augustin - “Microsoft's omnipresence was apparent at the show in statements from executives of open source companies. Microsoft is the largest software company in the world. They are our competition, ... The day when they're not the competition is when we'll stop talking about them.”
 Larry Augustin - “The dot.com businesses started out with all these different business models. It wasn't clear that anyone really knew how they were going to make money, and we've had that fallout and transition, ... At the same time, a lot of established businesses picked up on the Web.”
 Larry Augustin - “We felt we could still be true to the open-source roots and at the same time go to a business model that was proven.”