My last two posts about the Linux Foundation have been about how it
is broadening its scope to embrace open projects well beyond the Linux
kernel. For example, there was the OpenDaylight Project, and then the OpenBEL. Now we have this:
I have been a technology journalist and consultant for 30 years, covering
the Internet since March 1994, and the free software world since 1995.
One early feature I wrote was for Wired in 1997:
The Greatest OS that (N)ever Was.
My most recent books are Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution, and Digital Code of Life: How Bioinformatics is Revolutionizing Science, Medicine and Business.