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Posts published by “Bruce Byfield”
Bruce Byfield has been involved in FOSS since 1999. He has published over
2000 articles, and is the writer of "Designing with LibreOffice," which
is available as a free download at
Bruce Byfield would like to hear from you about current Codes of Conduct and anti-harassment policies at FOSS conferences.
When it comes to Linux and systemd, the one thing on which everyone can agree is that it's complicated -- some say overly complicated.
Although the Linux Foundation seems to represent Linux and the entire Linux user community, many community members have complained for years that the organization has defaulted to representing only the interests of its corporate membership.
Most FOSS leaders came into prominence during the 1980s and 90s and are now approaching, or have passed, the age when most people retire. Are free software organizations ready for the change that appears to be just around the corner?