The LSB (Linux Standards Base) will be split up into “modules,” in order to facilitate the creation of standards-compliant server and desktop distributions, according to a story at eWEEK. The fragmentation will enable the standard to encompass more specialized technologies, according to the Free Standards Group, which oversees it.
Modularization may also enable the creation of a desktop LSB specification, according to the eWEEK story.
Find out more about the future of the LSB, by reading the full story at eWEEK.com:
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