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Old 02-18-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Is Open Source Too Open for its Own Good?


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While I was at linux.conf.au 2010 last month, I finally met Ted Ts'o, one of the most senior figures in the Linux world, and, like many of them, now working for Google. Indeed, few people go further back in the world of Linux than Ts'o: he made his first contribution to version 0.10 of the kernel, which came out in December 1991, and he also set up the first site in the US that carried the Linux kernel and related software.

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