Episode 963 – University Of Minnesota Gets Banned From Linux Kernel Project

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The Linux Kernel Project is an open-source community but that doesn’t mean it a free world, there still is oversight and control to what is contributed. The University of Minnesota was part of that project until they decided to conduct their own research that potentially could have but the Kernel Project at risk. This episode talks about that research and why they got banned.

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