The chief executive of a leading supplier of open-source software has issued a challenge to the open-source development community: Work with educators to free schools from dependence on more costly proprietary software programs.

In his keynote address at the LinuxWorld Conference and Exposition in San Francisco recently, Matthew Szulik, Red Hat president and chief executive officer, criticized developers of proprietary software for allowing money to determine whether children "are allowed to participate in

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