"Linux developer Greg Kroah-Hartman, who leads the development
of several kernel subsystems including USB and PCI, admits that his
January offer of free Linux device driver development was
'marketing hype'--but says it has brought companies and developers
"In a talk at today's FreedomHEC, the Linux device driver
unconference, Kroah-Hartman said, 'We have had 12 companies say
'yes please'.' One resulting driver is already in the kernel, and
five are in progress. About 80 people have signed up to help with
drivers, and in an unusual twist for an open source project, not
all are developers. Some volunteers are project managers..."
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