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Linux receives 20th birthday video from Microsoft

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The Linux Foundation is celebrating 20 years of Linux and as a part of the celebration, they are accepting videos as part of a video contest. One of the video submission came form none other than Microsoft itself.

The video is very interesting. It starts off with the animosity between Microsoft and Linux. Microsoft presented Tux a birthday cake but Tux turned its back on it. The video, though, ends on a hopeful note. Tux accepted the birthday cake from Microsoft and “Microsoft vs Linux” was changed to “Microsoft and Linux”.

rest here

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so?

who the F cares.

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