The Future of the Linux Kernel, and What it Tells Us About Wikipedia
Jan 30, 2008, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Angus Kidman)
[ Thanks to Dan
Warne for this link. ]
"With 2,000 lines of code being added every single day, any
lingering suggestion that Linux might suffer from a lack of support
is clearly insane. But what lessons can the open-source OS teach
its somewhat younger encyclopaedic cousin, Wikipedia?
"In his customary linux.conf.au Kernel Report on the state of
play in the Linux kernel, LWN.net co-founder and kernel contributor
Jonathan Corbet gave an upbeat assessment of Linux's future..."