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  • At Open Source Summit, Linus Torvalds hosts another fireside chat | ZDNet

    Once more, at The Linux Foundation's Open Source Summit, Cardano's chief open source officer Dirk Hohndel and Linux creator Linus Torvalds had a wide-ranging conversation about Linux development and related issues.

    Torvalds, who hates public speaking, said that he always does these presentations as interviews because, "I do software. I don't do public speaking." The hindrance being, he explained, "I don't know what people are interested in. So, Dirk asks the questions and, hopefully, if he asks bad questions, it's not my fault."

  • Open-Source Technologies, Issues on Display at Linux Foundation Summit | LinuxInsider

    The Linux Foundation is holding one of its most expansive physical and virtual showcases this week at its Open Source Summit North America 2022 in Austin, Texas.

    The event is a staging ground for some of the most important announcements and cutting-edge topics touching open source today.

    LF built the Summit as an umbrella for the open-source projects and technologies that are fundamental across software and other industries. It highlighted those that are poised for growth and widespread use.

  • How to Develop an Open Source Strategy [Ed: We're meant to think Microsoft-funded anti-FOSS shills are those who should be lecturing us. That's the "Linux Foundation club"... since when is Forrester an expert in "Open Source"?]

    When setting goals and shaping your plan, you also need to set up your organization for success.

  • Open Source Technology Careers Become More Lucrative as Open Source Software Becomes Dominant and Talent Gaps Persist [Ed: Pushing the "talent gap" with edX 1, 2]; edX should rebrand, maybe adX. The employment crisis isn't a "skills shortage" or "labour shortage" crisis but a crisis of underpaid workers whose skills are lied about to lower the salaries further, then laying them off and blaming it on them ("Great Resignation"). In some countries real unemployment rate is about 50%. Linux Foundation is a front group for billionaires, oppressing the community that did all the work free of charge. Linux Foundation is led by chronic liars who forge/fabricate their qualifications. It's the LIE-NOX Foundation.]

Sponsored Trash

Marketing Trash

  • Cardano Foundation Becomes Gold Member In The Linux Foundation [Ed: They basically signed a marketing contract and will misappropriate the "Linux" mark in exchange for money]
  • Cardano, Linux Foundations To Drive Blockchain Innovation [Ed: Any crank can pay the 'Linux' Foundation to promote its crap; the "Linux" brand is being reduced to rubble]

    The Cardano Foundation has joined the Linux Foundation. In an announcement released by the Cardano Foundation yesterday, Cardano stated that they have joined the Linux Foundation as a gold member. The announcement added that this makes the Cardano Foundation the only non-profit active at this level.

LF-funded fluff

  • The open source jobs are out there [Ed: Steven Vaughan-Nichols,found himself as a job as a marketer of Jim Zemlin, sub-contracted via ZDNet and working on Microsoft's payroll]

    The tech unemployment rate reached 2.1% in May. That was a slight drop from April, but with 623,627 tech job openings, that's still a year-over-year increase of 52%. As good as that is, The Linux Foundation and the trusted learning platform edX's 10th Annual Open Source Jobs Report have found that for open source savvy job seekers, the market is even better than that.

PR noise instead of news

  • Cardano Joins Linux Foundation as Gold Member

    Cardano has announced that it is now a member of the Linux Foundation. According to a blog post, the Cardano Foundation has joined as a gold member, becoming the only nonprofit active at this level.

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