Linus Torvalds Comes Clean. Or Does He?
Sep 19, 2009, 19:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I, however, had a few lingering questions burning a hole in my
cerebral cortex so I caught up with Linus via email to ask what I
wanted to know. Since the voting for everyone's favorite
FakeLinusTorvalds is over and LinuxCon is right around the corner,
I'm told these answers were provided by FLT #4... or were they?
"You be the judge.
"LH: You seem to be sublimating a little bit of anger toward Jim
Zemlin. What would it take to patch things up between you two?
"FLT#4: Don't get me wrong, I love the Gremlin. He supports my
extravagant lifestyle and makes me sound like a big deal to people
I don't care about. There is no patching up to do, but if he asks
me to 'leverage' something once more, there will be tears and
suckling going on."
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