Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes for ZDNet, "Linux and open-source software had many high points this year, but it also had many low ones as well. Let's just get it over with and start with the worst.
- Systemd wars
- Open-source licensing not being used
- Neither Ubuntu Touch nor Steam Machines shipped
OK, that's the bad news. Here's the good news.
Linux and open-source software wins:
- The top end-user operating system is probably Linux
- Open source becomes the top programming methodology
- Open source rules the cloud
- Red Hat and Canonical to battle for the cloud
- Docker redefines data-center and cloud computing
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