Photo: Google's Chris DiBona

Summary:We do odd things to the Linux kernel to have it perform the way we want it to. With other operating systems it's not as easy and we have to ask permission.

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We do odd things to the Linux kernel to have it perform the way we want it to. With other operating systems it's not as easy and we have to ask permission. We  don’t like that. -- Chris DiBona, Google's open source program manager speaking at LinuxWorld 

Topics: Tech Industry

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