Computerworld Australia: Morton: The Linux Kernel is No Place for 'Self-Expressive Fancy'
Jul 16, 2003, 23:30 (4 Talkback[s])
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"For a man who says he can get a 'bit crazy over inadequately
commented code,' Open Source Development Labs' (OSDL) newest
recruit, Andrew Morton, is the first to admit his enthusiasm for
the open source cause. The Australian-born and -bred systems
software engineer--whose full-time position with the industry
consortium will see him second in command to Linus Torvalds in
developing the new 2.6 Linux kernel--says he is driven by seeing
Linux as a useful tool for as many people as possible.
"In this exclusive interview, Morton gives LinuxWorld his take
on the ups and downs of the open source community, working with
Linus Torvalds, the upcoming 2.6 kernel release, his advice for
budding developers and the future of Linux..."