Linux Foundation Advocates for a Big Tent to Improve Open Source

The annual Linux Foundation collaboration summit kicked off today with the promise of improving the state of open source software development. The opening keynote of the event was delivered by Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, who advocated for the idea of a Big Tent approach to open source that is more inclusive.

“Open source gives us an opportunity to make the world a better place,” Zemlin said. “While we are winning, we have not won yet, it’s too early to declare victory for open source.”