InfoWorld celebrates the 25th birthday of Linux -- and the new generation of open source projects Linux enabled.
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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Linux, we've released our seventh edition of the Linux Kernel Development report. It analyzes the work done by over 13,500 developers since the kernel’s early days, as well as more recent trends.
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LiFT recipients include students, sysadmins, aspiring kernel devs, + passionate Linux users: bit.ly/2be5a8f pic.twitter.com/LkXOPGpmDd
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