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Making Sure Linux Doesn’t Get Lost in Translation

“The worldwide open source community shares a common overall
goal: better software through collaboration and peer review. It’s
difficult enough to achieve this task even when most of the
participants share a common language. Building bridges between
different parts of the world–especially between Eastern and
Western societies–adds an entirely new element to the
equation.

“The Linux Foundation (LF) is pushing for more international
cooperation to provide an easier path for governments and vendors
to work with Linux kernel developers, but much of that success will
depend on how well the Linux communities can weather some
formidable cultural storm…”


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