The government's agencies will now share more open source code with each other; The White House released federal source code policy, requiring agencies to release 20% new code they commission as OSS. This new development is helped, in part, by The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative
Heather Kirksey, director of The Linux Foundation's OPNFV, explains that the project is well past the "hype" into the "implementation" phase. More of her thoughts shared at the OPNFV Summit in this article.
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