The Linuxsphere is a wonderful and odd place. Â It's a realm where completely unique things can be created and shared for nothing but the author's time. Â Tens of millions of code lines have been written and freely shared by thousands of people.
Sometimes they are complete apps that make our lives easier, and sometimes they are simple scripts that work to correct a system call or device.
Regardless of what they are, most of these lines of code are given freely, with little expectation of recompense or recognition. Â They make all of our lives easier.
But the spotlight does find some people, regardless of whether they want it or not.
Ikey Doherty is one such person. Ikey is the author of the Linux Distro, SolusOS...Read more at Blog of Helios