As stated in the announcement, “ Yahoo! uses the Linux operating system as an integral part of its technical infrastructure and development “so that” to join the Linux Foundation can maximize their investment in Linux, while giving direct support to the Linux developer community “.
Yahoo! also help with legal issues, working groups of the Linux Foundation, initiatives focusing on virtualization and cloud computing , including the Linux Foundation End User Summit. In fact, his presentation took place at the very top with a lecture by Sven Dummer, director of engineering at the company, called ‘What’s in store for Linux in the enterprise and the cloud? “, Which can be seen on video at this link.
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, this is not the only important addition to the Linux Foundation has received in recent days, that counts as a new member to Open Source development company Igalia , which contributes projects such as GNOME, WebKit, Meegan, GStreamer, Qt and Linux kernel itself.