Is Linux Coming To An End? | DLN Xtend 63

On this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss is this the end for Linux?

Welcome to episode 63 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes.

00:00 Introductions
14:30 Topic- Is Linux coming to an end?
38:13 Host Related Interest
47:45 Wrap Up
48:40 Extras

Host Related Interest Links

Matt- Batman Arkham Origins

Wendy- Old Man’s Journey

Nate- Packing up my SuperCubicle

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This was the best reply to this topic in my newsboat. Great episode, really well done.

Phoronix report: Jan, 2020

“While the commit count is lower for the year, on a line count it’s about average with seeing 3,386,347 lines of new code added and 1,696,620 lines removed.”

The Linux Kernel Enters 2020 At 27.8 Million Lines In Git But With Less Developers For 2019 - Phoronix

3,386,347 lines added - 1,696,620 lines removed = 1,689,727 lines added

1,689,727 lines added / 4,189 authors = avg. 403 lines added per author


On average only 403 lines were added per author during 2019 as an example of the manageability of these additions when distributed across authors.

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@mattdln did an awesome job jumping into the actual numbers!

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