How Collaborative Development Works
April 15, 2013
Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects are independently funded software projects that harness the power of collaborative development to fuel innovation across industries and ecosystems. By spreading the collaborative DNA of the largest collaborative software development project in history, The Linux Foundation provides the essential collaborative and organizational framework so project hosts can focus on innovation and results. This video takes us inside three Collaborative Projects - the Yocto Project, the Xen Project and Code Aurora Forum. We learn about their work and why hosting the projects at The Linux Foundation makes sense to them.
What the Tech Industry Has Learned from Linus Torvalds: Jim Zemlin at TEDxConcordiaUPortland
April 15, 2013
October 8, 2012
How Linux is Built
April 3, 2012
While Linux is running our phones, friend requests, tweets, financial trades, ATMs and more, most of us don't know how it's actually built. This short video takes you inside the process by which the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing is organized. Based on the annual report "Who Writes Linux," this is a powerful and inspiring story of how Linux has become a community-driven phenomenon.
Linux Training with the Linux Foundation
July 20, 2011
The Story of Linux: Commemorating 20 Years of the Linux Operating System
March 31, 2011
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Linux with us. Watch the Story of Linux to remember - or learn for the first time - how Linux disrupted a market and has begun to change the world. Do you see yourself in its story?