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Video: What a Year for Linux

Simply put, 2012 was a cross-over year for Linux in many ways.

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Linux Foundation Recognizes Fujitsu and Mr. Masahiro Date

Thousands of people contribute to Linux every day. As our annual “Who Writes Linux” paper reports, individuals from around the world are writing millions of lines of code every year. Equally important are the hundreds of companies supporting Linux every year, from sponsoring Linux kernel development to collaborating on technical initiatives to supporting The Linux Foundation.  

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New IDC White Paper: Skies Are Becoming More Clear for Open Cloud

In a blog a few months ago, David Linthicum claimed that the 'open cloud' was getting awfully confusing. He's right: the early days of a technology shift are a land grab of vendors, consortia, and projects who work to lay their claim of the “best” “only” and “true” part of the technology puzzle. Confusion and obfuscation usually follows.

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Individuals: Join Linux Foundation Before Halloween and Receive 1/2 Off LinuxCon Barcelona

Individual membership is one of the most important programs we host at The Linux Foundation. It gives anyone the opportunity to support Linux and its creator Linus Torvalds, among other important activities. It also comes with a variety of perks like a personalized Linux.com email address ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) and employee purchase pricing from Dell, HP and Lenovo.

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Korea Linux Forum Hosts Kernel Collaboration Gangnam Style

This week The Linux Foundation is hosting its first-ever event in South Korea, the Korea Linux Forum in the Gangnam District. This was planned long before PSY’s Gangnam-style video went viral but who are we not to do our part in contributing to this craze and honoring our host location?

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