August was a historic month for Linux. The largest open source project on the planet enjoyed its one millionth code commit. The honor goes to Ricardo Neri the Linux kernel engineer at Intel. Swapnil Bhartiya founder and host at TFiR sat down with Neri on behalf of the Linux Foundation to discuss Neris journey and involvement with the Linux kernel community.
A lightly edited transcript of the interview.
Swapnil Bhartiya Hi this is Bhartiya on behalf of the Linux Foundation and today we have with us Ricardo Neri Linux Software Engineer at Intel whose code contribution has become 1 millionth contribution to the Linux kernel.
Ricardo Neri Hi thank you. Thank you very much.
Swapnil Bhartiya Ricardo tell us a little bit about yourself your journey. When was the first time you came in contact with open source or Linux in general.
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