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Linus Torvalds Isn’t Looking 10 Years Ahead For Linux and That’s OK

darthcamaro writes: At the Linuxcon conference in Seattle today, Linus Torvalds responded to questions about Linux security and about the next 10 years of Linux. For security, Torvalds isn’t too worried as he sees it just being about dealing with bugs. When it comes to having a roadmap he’s not worried either as he just leaves that to others. “I’m a very plodding, pedestrian person and look only about six months ahead,” Torvalds said. “I look at the current release and the next one, as I don’t think planning 10 years ahead is sane.”


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