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SubjectRe: How innovative is Linux?
Grozdan Nikolov wrote:
> On Saturday 23 June 2007 21:18, you wrote:
>> There's a lot in Linux that was true innnovation:
>>
>> Alan Cox's Networking Architecture.
>> VFS Architecture (best one out there -- even better than M$'s)
>> Scheduler Design.
>>
>> Jeff
>
> Thanks Jeff, so from reading all the responses here I can conclude that Linux
> innovates stuff by itself and not only gets it from other places. Is it also
> right to say that other kernels, be it BSD, Solaris, maybe AIX?, also benefit
> from the Linux innovations?

Absolutely. Every operating system benefits from the
cross pollination of ideas that happens on mailing lists,
through white papers and at conferences.


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