2019/06/29: Things aren’t too rosy at the ‘Linux’ Foundation where Linus Torvalds is increasingly being marginalised (thanks in part to Microsoft-friendly media) and propped up to replace him are those who worked on Hyper-V (proprietary software for Windows) and similar Microsoft-centric projects at the Microsoft-occupied Novell
2018/09/25: Zemlin's days of ruling the roost could well be about to end as he shows himself unable to handle these matters as they should be – in an open and transparent way.
2018/09/25: protesting programmers are not removing code from Linux; there are no purges of politically incorrect Linux kernel developers. And Linus Torvalds is coming back.
2018/09/19: The new Code of Conduct makes me feel threatened and uncomfortable.
No, really. As a person with (diagnosed) Asperger's, I'm a member of,
objectively, a marginalised minority. Effectively (i.e. this is a massive
oversimplification), I was born without the hard-wired circuitry for
social interactions that is normally a part of the human brain; consequently
I have to run a slow and inaccurate software simulation when interacting with
Linus Torvalds and the early supporters of the Linux project were interested primarily in a free-as-in-beer operating system, not ensuring that source code would be freely accessible.
Torvalds says he has no strong opinions on systemd
Some people won't 'have the aptitude,' Linux creator claims
Microsoft has made it so that Windows 8 approved PC can only run Windows 8. Fedora Linux has forged a way around it, but not everyone like their approach. Torvalds gives his thoughts on the issue.
1999/05/31: It was an age of heros, those days. Men of action, of vision, of legend. They swashbuckled across the technological stage, making their mark. They took naked chips and gave them soul. It seems so long ago, looking back from our perspective of comfort and complacency. We stand on their shoulders, and they deserve our credit and our thanks. They shaped our world.