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July 24, 1990

OPEN SOFTWARE FOUNDATION CHAIRMAN DOESN’T GET A VOTE

By CBR Staff Writer

The Open Software Foundation says the reason its chairman John Doyle no longer has a vote on the board is because he’s preparing to retire from Hewlett-Packard Co soon, wanted to resign from the Foundation completely and is continuing in this interim only because the alternative Unix club insisted; Hewlett-Packard on the other hand, says that the real reason is because a company only gets one vote and it wanted Bill Kay, the manager with line responsibility for its Unix operations to have it.

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