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Linus Torvalds

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As creator of the Linux operating system, Linus Torvalds is a leading supporter of Open Source software. An avid programmer, Torvalds wrote the kernel of the Linux operating system at age 21 from his mother’s apartment in Helsinki. As Wired magazine wrote in 2003, “He posted it on the Internet and...

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Mitchell Baker

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As an instrumental player in the development of the Mozilla project and as founding chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation, Baker helped legitimize Open Source Internet applications. When Mozilla entered the market, Open Source was synonymous with "server software" and "command-line interface.”...

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