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Wednesday, 26 September 2018 09:54

Fake news: No Linux devs are threatening to pull code

The term "fake news" has become a staple in the US, after Donald Trump became president and started using it every second day, and in situations where it doesn't fit.

Published in Open Sauce

More than a week after Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he would be taking a break from leading kernel development, it is still unclear as to what actually led to his decision. But one thing is crystal clear: the social justice warriors, who played a role in what happened, are now targeting another kernel developer, Ted Ts'o, who works for Google.

Published in Open Sauce

Linux creator Linus Torvalds' decision to apologise for his abrasive putdowns of developers was prompted by an American news magazine asking him a series of questions about his behaviour for an article, the author claims.

Published in Open Source

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