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On Monday we covered Ian Murdock's CommunityOne session where he had hinted at good things to come for the Solaris Operating System, but he wasn't too specific as to what would be taking place. According to Stephen Shankland at CNET, Murdock is responsible for "project Indiana" where he will be making Solaris more like GNU/Linux and has a few comments from Murdock himself. The CNET article is available here.