August 26, 2001

Linux, a decade of Open Source

Author: JT Smith

Wired.com notes the decade of Linux, taking off on Linus Torvalds' early note that he'd be open to suggestions but he wouldn't promise to implement them. "But implementation was Linux's game. Over the next several years, developers joined the Linux bandwagon by the dozens, mostly because they were seduced by the possibility of building an OS that was different from the others out there -- especially from the one built by Microsoft, which was itself growing mighty."

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