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Celebrate 20 Years of Linux With Us

Twenty years ago this summer, Linus Torvalds made a bold decision to share his operating system with the world. Not long after that, he chose to license it under the General Public License. Nothing in computing has been the same since. In fact, today Linux is the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing, which means that the 20th Anniversary of Linux is an opportunity for the community to come together in celebration of this great success story and in collaboration on how it will define the next 20 years of Linux. Today Linux is literally everywhere: in your phone, at your ATM, in your TV, on your desktop, at the movies,...

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Meet the Guru: Interview with Ultimate Linux Guru Matthew Fillpot

Last week the Linux Foundation announced the winners of its Ultimate Linux Guru contest. The winner? One of the top five gurus from last year, Matthew Fillpot. How'd he wrest the title from the other hopefuls? I'll let him answer that one.

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LF Collaboration Summit Preview: TI's Bill Mills on Yocto Project

The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is just two days away, and we were excited to be able to reach Texas Instrument's Bill Mills, chief technologist for open Linux solutions. Mills is participating in a highly-anticiapted panel on Wednesday titled, "Introducing the Yocto Project: What it Means for the Embedded Linux Industry," and shared a few thoughts with us before he prepares to arrive at Hotel Kabuki...

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LF Collaboration Summit: Access Free Video Streaming Live

There's a rumor going around that we're going to be launching our 20th Anniversary of Linux celebration activities next week...

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Camp KDE Preview: All About Mobile

Camp KDE, taking place April 4-5, 2011, is co-located this year with The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit. It's worth hitting Hotel Kabuki a little early next week to see what the KDE community is doing with the mobile desktop. I talked to Camp KDE organizer Jeff Mitchell to learn more...

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