Jono Bacon Asked Google Home ‘Who Founded Linux?’ You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!

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Excuse the hyperbole, but we’ve always wanted to use a click-baity sort of headline — just to see if they work. That being said, we’re not going to spoil the fun. To find the answer, you’re going to have to watch the video. Don’t worry, however — bad things rarely happen when Linux is involved. […]

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Why Do You Choose Open Source?

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Conference keynote speeches can unify attendees around ideals or principles that cut across a broad swath of a particular field. Such was Chris Aedo’s recent OSCON keynote, which he summarizes in […]

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Linus Torvalds Talks to Debian Users

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A little over two-and-a-half years ago, Linus Torvalds spent over an hour taking and answering questions from an audience of developers at DebConf14 in Portland, Oregon. Some of what he said is by now old news, but that’s interesting too, as it serves as a marker for where we’ve been. […]

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Red Hat’s Women in Open Source Award Winners, 2017

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Last week, Red Hat’s DeLisa Alexander presented the third annual Women in Open Source Award to Avni Khatri and Jigyasa Grover at Red Hat Summit 2017. […]

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Sex, Love & Software: History of Free Software, Linux and Open Source

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Take a trip through the history of free software, Linux and open source, starting from the early days in the 1980s through 2001. […]

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