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The Future of Linux

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"I think it's a lost cause to try to 'sell' our quirky technology interest to people who don't see it already. We need to take a different approach." -Matthew Miller

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In an interview, Fedora project leader Matthew Miller offers his take on Fedora 36 and whether Linux needs more new users or big companies behind it.

"Anyone can be a Windows fan or an OS X partisan. But, they won't really ever be yours," Miller said. "Ultimately, they exist as...products to fill market opportunities. But with Linux, when you install an open-source distro, you're not just part of a fan community. You're part of a colossal, global effort that makes software more available to everyone."

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