Chaos follows Linux dev community’s new code of conduct
On Sunday, Linus Torvalds – the chief programmer of Linux Kernel – sent out a letter in which he apologized for his hostile behavior towards others in the community that maintains the project. He added that he will be taking some time off: I am going to take time off and get some assistance on how to understand people’s emotions and respond appropriately. Torvalds is referring to what he described as “My flippant attacks in emails” which he believes were “both unprofessional and uncalled for. Especially at times when I made it personal.” Following the letter, the Linux community announced… This story continues at The Next Web
The startup will deploy the funds to expand to newer markets and geographies besides increasing its logistics network and supply chain across India India-based B2B commerce company Moglix has secured US$23 million in Series C round of funding, led by existing investors Accel Partners, Jungle Ventures and International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the […]
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