Linux is one of the world's leading operating systems powering much of the Internet and rapidly becoming a core mobile and embedded technology, as well. Helping to lead Linux forward is the Linux Foundation and its charismatic leader Jim Zemlin.
Jim Zemlin has been the executive director of the Linux Foundation since the organization was created in 2007, after a predecessor Linux group, called the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), collapsed. In a video interview with eWEEK, Zemlin explains why the Linux Foundation continues to grow year after year.
"It's not important for us to grow just for growth's sake," Zemlin said.
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