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Linus Torvalds leaves Transmeta

Changed To spend more time with his kernel
Tue Jun 17 2003, 15:23
A REPORT ON German web site tec channel said that Linus Torvalds has left Transmeta, a chip company that he'd been with since its inception.

According to the report, he will devote most of his time now to the Open Source Development Lab*, where he will work on further development of the kernels.

The news was announced by Torvalds himself in a posting on the kernel mailing list, the wire said.

In the note he thanks Transmeta for his time with the firm. µ

* OSDL is a non-profit organisation funded by Intel, NEC, IBM, Hitachi, HP, Computer Associates and others. Torvalds will become its first fellow.

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