judeancodersfront writes: Jonathan Corbet recently pointed out at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit that the Linux kernel team was getting older and not attracting young developers. Does the Linux kernel no longer have the same appeal to young open source developers that it did 10 years ago? Could it be that the massive code base and declining sense of community from corporate involvement has driven young open source programmers elsewhere?
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