The DCC Alliance Releases Common, Standards-Compliant Core for Debian GNU/Linux Distributions
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., December 6, 2005 - Major Linux vendors and non-profit organizations today officially released DCC 3.0, a common, standards-compliant Debian core to serve ...
The DCC Alliance Launches to Assemble a Common, Standards-Based Core for Debian-Based Linux Distributions
SAN FRANCISCO, August 9, 2005 (LinuxWorld Expo) - Major Linux vendors and non-profit organizations today officially launched the DCC Alliance. The Alliance plans to assemble ...
ZDnet: First code release for DCC Alliance
A consortium of Linux vendors created to promote the commercial use of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution has released its first product, and plans more.
eWeek: DCC Alliance Is Keeping Its Promises
In San Francisco at LinuxWorld a few weeks ago, the newly formed DCC Alliance promised that it would soon deliver its first beta distribution. The group quietly did so late last week.
InfoWorld: DCC Alliance takes on Novell, Red Hat
The DCC Alliance wants to change that by working with the Debian community to align the related distributions around a common core. At the heart of their plans is an effort to bring Debian into compliance with the LSB (Linux Standard Base), a standard that describes how the internals of a Linux distribution should be organized.
eWeek: DCC Alliance Takes Its First Steps
At LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco last week, the DCC Alliance announced its formation to foster an enterprise-ready Debian Linux distribution.
Internet News: Debian Alliance on The Horizon
The DCCA is expected to help drive Debian into the enterprise and bring it into direct competition with enterprise Linux heavyweights Red Hat and Novell.