Bitter political foes South and North Korea are to jointly develop a version of Linux.
The new project, tentatively named "Hana Linux", was announced at the ICMIP 2007 event in Yenji, China, this week and will be developed jointly by both Koreas and China, according to a report from ETNews, the website of daily Korean technology newspaper The Electronic Times. A Linux event in Pyongyang, North Korea, in the early part of 2008 will report on progress.
As well as a new, unified Linux, the two Koreas will also co-operate on office software in the Korean language. They also promised to work to iron out differences in IT terminology between South and North Koreans and Korean Chinese.

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