Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 10th Oct 2001 16:20 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews Today we have a special guest in the series of interviews we conducting here at OSNews. Linus Torvalds, the well known Linux founder, is with us to discuss everything about the kernel, Microsoft, the naming of GNU/Linux and the future. Read on!
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I don't care - is good!
by guran on Thu 11th Oct 2001 09:26 UTC

When a question is asked on Google, about 20% of the possible answers on the Internet is compared to the question. From that analogy it is possible to assume that the questions given to Linus are not necessarily about the only way for the future for Linux. Thus if he doesn't care, what type of care does the future request for Linux? In his answers I find that if the kernel is the best one possible, and all future development is supposed to be in the user space of Linux, then the needs from the future might be met - even if the future can't be explicitly outlined today. I personally find that no other OS can be used to do its job on so many types of hardware and for so little cash for the software that the current way of adapting to the future seems good. Live well Linus and use your own head and make your own decissions. guran