Linux October Update: chief Linus Torvalds is back and socialised

Linux October Update: chief Linus Torvalds is back and socialised

In mid-September, Linux chief Linus Torvalds announced that he was taking a temporary break from his lead position in the company. Now he is back from his rather short breather and with him a “respect and dignity-based” code of conduct will be introduced.

After several blowups that included swearing and personal insults, Torvalds apologised publicly and promised to “get some assistance on how to understand people’s emotions and respond appropriately.” We (and his team) will have to see what that exactly means.

Read more about the return of Linux’ chief here.

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