Seven jobs have gone at the Open Software Foundation as a result of a realignment that sees the consortium effectively become a two-headed beast – one turned on the operating system, the other with eyes on interoperability technologies, which includes everything else. The former technology-specific units and business area management divisions have been collapsed into single structures around the various technologies. The Foundation has some 300 staff including a number of sabbatical positions at its research institutes.
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