||09-23-2013 11:38 AM
A (bakerís) dozen things Linus Torvalds said at LinuxCon 2013
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The kernel developer panel was one of the hottest events at LinuxCon New Orleans. The room was jam packed to listen to key kernel developers including Linus Torvalds, Greg KG, Sarah Sharp and Tejun Heo. Ric Wheeler of Red Hat moderated the session and directed the questions to the panel. I have put together some of the most interesting discussions. Luckily it turned out to be a bakerís dozen.
*I donít do any work
*Balance between embedded and enterprise segment
*Linux is much easier to get involved with than many other open source projects
*Whatís the most embarrassing place you have seen Linux used in person?
*Hopes and expectations for Linux in the next 10-20 years?
*Kernel people can solve the problems of the userland
*Mooreís law wonít last forever
*Has the US government approached any of the panelists for backdoors
*Tips for those who send patches