Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Wed 19th Aug 2009 20:54 UTC
Linux The Linux Foundation has made some analyzation the past two years into just how much code is being added to the project and who is doing that contribution. This year's report is out, and the results are actually quite smile-worthy if you're a Linux advocate: the increase in code contributions is phenomenal, the rate at which these contributions are being submitted is faster, and there are more individual developers than previously.
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Xorg and (pulse)audio.

And as I understand it Google's "OS" is just a Linux distribution, isn't it? I thought they are using standard things like Xorg. Do they develop something different?

You best make that Xorg, (pulse)audio, and intel drivers ;)

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