If all the code in the upcoming release of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution were to be written today, it would cost $17 billion, according to an analysis by free and open source software consultant James Bromberger.
The Perth Linux User Group (PLUG) has organised a talk and panel discussion with Paul "Rusty" Russell, the well-known Australian kernel hacker, on October 11.
There was a time when Linux user groups were the source of support for those who install and run the free operating system. Installfests were held at least once a year and people who were interested in testing out GNU/Linux waited for these events.
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