Ah, it's finally in print...

I.B.M. is trying it itself. About 15,000 workers use Linux desktops, mostly software developers and researchers. By the end of the first quarter of next year, I.B.M. plans to increase the number of Linux desktops to 30,000 as sales, marketing and administrative workers try it.
One of the current holdups has been Notes 6/WINE, things like getting the installer to work.  So, for now, these IBMers are mostly using Notes R5.
Link: NY Times -- IBM helps promote Linux >  (via Peter O'Kelly)

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