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People Behind Debian: Steve McIntyre

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raphaelhertzog.com: Steve McIntyre has been contributing to Debian since 1996, 2 years before I joined! But I quickly stumbled upon Steve: in 1999, he was struggling with getting his debian-cd script to produce 2 ISO images. I remember those times very well.

Canonical CEO: Ubuntu tablet OS will battle Android, iOS

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infoworld.com: Jane Silber believes there's plenty of room for a new player in tablets, TVs, and maybe even smartphones

People of openSUSE: Frederic Crozat

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news.opensuse.org: Today we have the chance to interview SUSE’s Freederic Crozat, who’s responsible for systemd in openSUSE.

Interview with Jim Zemlin, Linux Foundation, Part II

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computerworlduk.com: Given Zemlin's unique perspective as someone at the heart of the open source community (see Part I of this interview), I was keen to hear his views on why he thought Linux was becoming so successful in the embedded sector. His analysis was interesting:

Interview with Jim Zemlin, Linux Foundation

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computerworlduk.com: The Linux Foundation was set up in 2007, and initially occupied a rather marginal position in the open source ecosystem. That's changed more recently, and the Linux Foundation has become one of the most important forces defending and promoting Linux and associated free software.

The Linux Setup - Jonathan Roberts, TuxRadar Podcast

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mylinuxrig.com: One of my favorite podcasts, Linux or otherwise, is TuxRadar, which is produced by the editorial team of Linux Format magazine, an English publication. Jonathan Roberts is a TuxRadar host presenter/Linux Format editor, so I was especially excited to see what kind of system he uses.

The Real Linux Girl:

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linuxblog.darkduck: I have never done this before. I wanted to, but up until now I have never invited another Linux-related person for interview. Please meet, Irina Sikach, an editor of magazine UserAndLINUX.

People behind Debian: Ben Hutchings, member of the kernel team

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raphaelhertzog.com: Ben Hutchings is a rather unassuming guy… but hiding behind his hat, there’s a real kernel hacker who backports new drivers for the kernel in Debian stable so that our flagship release supports very recent hardware.

Interview: Stefano Zacchiroli, Debian Project Leader

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raphaelhertzog.com: It’s been one year since the first People behind Debian interview. For this special occasion, I wanted a special guest… and I’m happy that our Debian Project Leader (DPL)—Stefano Zacchiroli—accepted my invitation.

Linux Mint chief not carried away by success

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itwire.com: Given the rave reviews that Linux Mint has been getting recently, it would be perfectly understandable if the man driving the distribution was a little swollen-headed by this time.

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