Is It Time for The Linux Foundation To Be Renamed? Interview with Jim Zemlin


Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation, discusses his organization’s expanding efforts to help enable multiple open source foundations. 

When Jim Zemlin helped to start the Linux Foundation back in 2007, it was an organization with a singular purpose: to help grow and enable the Linux ecosystem. Now in 2015, the Linux Foundation is more than just Linux, and has helped to enable multiple open source foundations and efforts, including the Cloud Foundry Foundation, the node.js Foundation, the Open Container Initiative, the OpenDayLight, and Let’s Encrypt projects. In a video interview, Zemlin discusses foundation building and talks about why the Linux Foundation is likely to keep growing.

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