With barely two weeks left in 2012, the inundation of “year-in-review” blog posts, podcasts, videos and–if we’re really lucky–songs has begun. This week, the Linux Foundation did its part by releasing a video celebrating major accomplishments over the last year in the Linux channel. What did the Foundation think were the most important developments? Read on for a look.
First, here’s the video, titled “What a Year for Linux”:
And for those readers who couldn’t spare the 2 minutes and 38 seconds to watch the whole thing, here’s a roundup of the successes in the open source channel that it celebrates:
- Linux founder Linus Torvalds’s receipt of the Millenium Technology Prize (which the Linux Foundation did not, it appears, deem as noteworthy as Torvalds’s choice comments on Mitt Romney).
- Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) report of $1 billion in revenue, the first time an open source vendor reached that milestone...Read more at The VAR Guy