"Linux at 25 is a big thing," Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, said in his LinuxCon keynote address. "Most things in life don't last as long, and Linux has gone further than anyone could have expected."
During his keynote remarks, Zemlin emphasized time and again how successful Linux has been, calling it the most successful software project in history. As to why Linux is still so successful after 25 years, Zemlin has a few ideas.
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