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Linux Journal: Interview with Ted T'so

Apr 18, 2002, 20:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"LJ Many Linux enthusiasts know you for your work on the Linux kernel, but are perhaps less familiar with your service to Linux International and the Free Standards Group. Could you talk a little about your respective capacities with those organizations?

"Ted Well, I chair the Technical Board of Linux International. Linux International is a vendor group that got started back in the good old days of Linux startups-- when Bob Young would personally show up at tradeshows and help hand out CDs containing the Slackware distribution. So from the beginning, Linux International had as a strong emphasis the concept that its members should band together to help 'grow the pie.'

"The technical board was there to help make sure the organization stayed connected to its technical roots and later picked up the responsibility to examine applications to the Linux International Development Grant Fund, which is still operating today..."

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