Twitter Joins Linux Foundation

In case you didn't know, every twitter you make is created possible by a large number of Linux system machines. That's probably why Tweets has made the decision to be a part of the Linux system Groundwork. The microblogging service will pay $15,000 to The Linux system Groundwork each year as a gold participant. According to free administrator Chelsea Aniszczyk:

    "Linux and its ability to be intensely improved is essential to our technological innovation facilities. By becoming a member of The Linux system Groundwork we can support an company that is important to us and work together with a group that is enhancing Linux system as fast as we are enhancing Twitter"

The Linux system Groundwork was established in 2007 and is designed to market and speed up the growth of the free os, by financing its growth and offering a foundation for designers, organizations and organizations to share ideas and plans. Many internet organizations depend on Linux system and other free, so it's sensible they want to get involved into the growth process. Tweets has even created forks of some free tasks, such as MySQL and Memcached (Twemcached).

Twitter will officially be a part of on Wednesday, together with Inktank and Servergy. Tweets isn't the first big participant of the basis, with organizations as Google, IBM, Apple and Oracle having signed up with the technological innovation range already.

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