Coriolis Launches New Imprint on Open Source Technologies

Posted on April 8, 1999

The Coriolis Group has announced the formation of a new imprint to focus on leading Open Source technologies. Coriolis OpenPress is dedicated to serving the needs of the Open Source community and embraces the creativity and "openness" of the rapidly growing Open Source movement.

OpenPress launches in mid-1999 and will feature innovative books with unique editorial approaches and distinctive packaging. Initial OpenPress titles feature the leading Open Source products and technologies, including Linux, Apache, Samba, GNOME, GIMP, and Open Source software development techniques.

"We believe that 1999 is going to be the Year of Open Source," said Jeff Duntemann, co-founder and vice president of The Coriolis Group. "I haven't seen anything like the Open Source movement since the first days of Internet publishing. Tens of thousands of programmers have created superb products, each with a psychological stake in their success.

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