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SubjectRe: Linux needs new leadership.
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"Linus Torvalds" <torvalds@transmeta.com> wrote in message
news:cistron.Pine.LNX.4.01.2002ApR11F0015.31337-101723@transmeta.com...
> Fellow hackers,
>
> For some time I have felt unappreciated by some members of the Linux
> community...
[SNIP]
> You have until the end of April 1, 23:59 Pacific Time to submit your
> nominations to the list. The most nominated person will become the leader
> of kernel development. I will examine the list of nominations and,
> assuming that the winner wants the job, I will hand full control over to
> them. I know that this is short notice, but knowing how obsessively most
> of you check your inboxes, I figure you should have more than adequate
> time to submit your recommendations. The decision will be final and no
> discussion will be considered after it has been made, so choose
> carefully.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Linus

My vote is on this funny guy who happened to turn his hobby into a world
revolution. He's from Northern Europe, and nobody seems to be able to pronounce
his name right...

L. Torvalds is his name... His re-election would be very appropriate, especially
on this excellent day for elections ;-)

Rob




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