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+ - Google's Open Source Director says open source world can be "brutal"

Submitted by Lemeowski
Lemeowski (3017099) writes "A crowded Sun workstation lab with poor ventilation and smelly "coder odor" ultimately led Chris DiBona to give Linux a shot, and he says it was his "best decision ever." These days DiBona is the Director of Open Source for Google. In this interview, DiBona talks about his favorite Linux distribution and why he once called open source "brutal," saying that "survival of the fittest as practiced in the open source world is a pretty brutal mechanism, but it works very very well for producing quality software.""
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Google's Open Source Director says open source world can be "brutal"

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