notes a Wired piece summarizing a two-part interview with Linus Torvalds
that's up at linux-foundation.org (part 1
, part 2
). In the second part the creator of the Linux kernel gives his view on the limited success of Linux on the desktop. "I have never, ever cared about really anything but the Linux desktop... The desktop is also the thing where people get really upset if something changes, so it's really hard to enter the desktop market because people are used to whatever they used before, mostly Windows... better is worse if it's different."