[CentOS] Centos versions in the future?

Fri Jul 9 06:36:50 UTC 2021
Gordon Messmer <gordon.messmer at gmail.com>

On 7/8/21 11:13 PM, Nicolas Kovacs wrote:
> This being said, things have changed, and Microsoft is now - amongst other
> things - the most important contributor to the Linux kernel in sheer terms of
> lines of code.

I don't think that's true.

Microsoft has, infrequently, appeared in the top 5 for specific 
releases.  Mostly, as I understand it, those were due to large dumps of 
Hyper-V related code.  Overall, Microsoft doesn't appear to be active in 
the Linux kernel, though they do have a large number of Open Source 
projects of their own.

In general, Intel and Red Hat seem to be pretty consistently the top two 
corporate contributors to the Linux kernel.