A Linux Foundation event
Linux kernel developers, community members, and industry leaders gathered in Portland for The Linux Foundation's first LinuxCon.
Members of the Linux community gathered for The Linux Foundation's first LinuxCon, which was held September 21-23 in Portland, Oregon . Linux Pro Magazine partnered with The Linux Foundation to provide live streaming from this first LinuxCon event; keynotes were streamed for free.
Linux by the Numbers
During his opening remarks, The Linux Foundation's Executive Director Jim Zemlin talked about Linux by the numbers. He said there's only one Linus Torvalds, but 2,700,000 lines of code were added to kernel in the past year. Zemlin said that 10,983 lines of code are added to kernel every day, and 5,547 lines are deleted. "Quantity and quality, that's the important part," he said.
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