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Why the World Is Desperately Seeking Linux Talent

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Well, it's been another wild week here in the Linux blogosphere, with the news announcements coming so fast there's scarcely been time for a cape-wearing champion of FOSS to catch her breath.

There's been particular excitement around Ubuntu for Android, of course, but that's a topic for another day. Today, it's time to give another important item the attention it deserves.

Specifically, "Linux talent in high demand" was the headline atop a recent release from The Linux Foundation, and its news was nothing if not exciting.

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