In a press release published on the blog of the network, Cardano Public Relations Manager Renagh Mooney announced that Cardano is working with “ for the Linux Foundation, the non – profit organization that promotes mass innovation through free software. » I integrating this foundation, Cardano was awarded a degree Gold Ball. The statement states that this is how Cardano came to be “ the only non-profit organization active at this level. »
The Linux Foundation was founded in 2000. It currently consists of more than 1800 members who support these projects. Together, these members collaborate on open source software and data projects. Among the flagship linux projects, we can mention: Kubernetes, Node.js, Hyperledger, Linux, RISC-V… The value of Linux is that it will be crucial to seek the immediate and extended usability of its projects for developers, suppliers and consumers.
For Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation, Cardano’s membership of the Foundation is a driver of Linux openness to the blockchain ecosystem: ” The Cardano Foundation represents a natural path for the adoption of blockchain technologies to enable decentralized computing in a diverse set of applications. »
During the Open Source Summit held in Austin this week, Dirk Hohndel, Director of the Open Source of the Cardano Foundation, participated, along with Linus Torvalds, Linux creator Linus Torvalds. Reflecting on Cardano’s membership of the Linux Foundation, Hohndel said, “ Open Source is about communities. It involves bringing together people from different companies, countries and backgrounds. The Cardano Foundation aims to drive blockchain technology adoption and we believe that building a vibrant open source community around our technology is central to achieving this goal. The Linux Foundation is a great place for us, with an excellent track record as a collaboration facilitator on interesting open source technology. »
On the Linux side, we show the same enthusiasm and the same confidence in the collaboration that opens up in this way. Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation, will make it clear: With Dirk in charge of Cardano’s open source ecosystem and the strong community already supporting this work, we are excited to leverage our resources to build the future together. »
There has been a lot of talk about Cardano in recent weeks, with the hard fork approaching, which was announced for June 29, but would be postponed for a month. It is also said that Cardano is working on about 20 projects that should completely transform the network and make it one of the best. This membership of The Linux Foundation is certainly an integral part of its development strategy.
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Luc Jose Adjinacou
Far from dampening my enthusiasm, an unsuccessful investment in cryptocurrency in 2017 only increased my enthusiasm. So I decided to study and understand the blockchain and its many uses and express my pen information related to this ecosystem.