18 Jul 2009 rlougher   » (Master)

Filesystem Collaboration

My twin brother is the author of SquashFS. A very influential Linux filesystem used on practically all Live CDs. He reads the Linux Magazine interview with Valerie Aurora who says:

hoping that if the existing Linux file systems developers could just talk to each other, we could come up with a way to improve funding for Linux file systems development. I don’t know that it helped, but if it did, I consider this to be my most important contribution to Linux file systems.

So decides to link up via LinkedIn, and gets refused...

Syndicated 2009-07-17 23:41:00 (Updated 2009-07-17 23:54:49) from Robert Lougher

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