An interesting observation from Christine Hall: The Linux Foundation doesn’t seem particularly interested in desktop Linux. Probably because desktops don’t have have the same commercial potential as using the kernel for devices and things. And the Linux Foundation readily admits it’s a trade organization.
I’ve talked about how great I think Jim Zemlin is before. He does a great job communicating not just what Linux is, but why it’s so important.
This article shows why Jim Zemlin is an unsung hero of Linux. The Executive Director of the Linux Foundation does a great job of explaining why Linux is important to non-technical audiences. As the article points out, a lot of open source projects could use a person like him.