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ChangeLog: Linux Foundation announces board of directors

By Lee Schlesinger on March 27, 2007 (8:00:00 AM)

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The Linux Foundation, an organization formed in January from the merger of Open Source Development Labs and the Free Standards Group, today announced a new board of directors.

The 15-member board includes well-known members of the community such as Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth, legal expert Andrew Updegrove, and Oracle software engineer Wim Coekaerts. The international community is represented by three Japanese representatives: Masahiro Date of Fujitsu, Hisashi Hashimoto of Hitachi, and Tsugikazu Shibata of NEC. Other members are employed by Intel, AMD, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Novell, among others.

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"international" does no mean "non-American"

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on March 27, 2007 09:36 PM

The entire organization represents the international community of Linux users, of whom users in the USA are a subset. "International" does not mean "non-US".

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