"The Linux kernel is surrounded by hundreds of interested
parties. How is it that none of them gains a commanding influence
over the kernel's development priorities? HP, IBM, Oracle, Google,
eBay and Intel each has a primary stake in Linux and employs kernel
developers. Does this mean money talks when it comes to Linux? If
not, why not?
"Linux is 'part of HP's mainstream business compared to just a
few years ago,' acknowledges Randy Hergett, director of HP
engineering for open source and Linux..."
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