Two decades ago, I took on a task that had been about two years in the planning: changing operating systems from Windows to Linux.
The creator of the second oldest Linux distribution, Patrick Volkerding, claims he is in financial strife after the store, with which he reached an agreement to sell his work, stopped paying him two years ago.
An uninformed comment on a Linux community blog has led to questions over the stability and finances of the Slackware GNU/Linux project, but its founder assures iTWire that the project is alive and kicking.
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She didn't walk away empty handed, she got a partial win which meant she got 50% of the prize value