The Linux Foundation became a force in enterprise tech. Is that a problem?

The Linux Foundation never expected to find itself one of the most influential forces in enterprise technology. When it was founded 20 years ago, as a vendor-neutral home for the early work of Linus Torvalds, open-source software like his Linux operating system was for technological hippies. Real businesses ran atop proprietary software from Microsoft, Oracle and IBM, and the notion that those competitors would one day collaborate with each other on a public code base was as unbelievable as the prospect of that guy from “The Apprentice” running for president.

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