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SJVN Tells How Reporting on Linux Has Changed in the Last 10 Years (Video) 79

Posted by Roblimo
from the first-they-ignore-you-then-they-ridicule-you dept.
SJVN is, of course, the well-known nickname and abbreviation for Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols, who has been covering technology as a journalist since... since longer than he cares to admit... and has been covering Linux and FOSS since the 1990s. This was basically a one-question interview: "How has reporting on Linux changed in the last 10 years?" After that, except for a couple of words requesting clarifications, we just let the webcam roll. (Note: if you know someone who would make a good Slashdot video interview victim, please put us in touch with them. Thanks.)

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SJVN Tells How Reporting on Linux Has Changed in the Last 10 Years (Video)

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