Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Linux kernel development suffering from the "internet of hate"

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Linux kernel development suffering from the "internet of hate"

Another Linux kernel developer has left, citing a toxic environment. Jack Wallen proposes the type of motivation used by the kernel devs could unmake a very precious commodity.

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