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Linux Foundation going green

By   |  June 19, 2007

In an announcement on the highlights of the Linux Foundation‘s first collaboration summit, the foundation mentioned a “Green Linux” initiative that it is now organising.

The project will focus on improving power management in Linux.

“Making Linux “green” is becoming ever more important in all aspects of Linux adoption: mobile, desktop and server. The Linux Foundation will work with its workgroups, identify key projects and coordinate resources among its members to improve this functionality in the Linux platform,” stated the foundation.

Power management developers will meet next week in Ottawa to continue work in this area.

The decision to drive this project was made at the summit which took place last week at the Google Mountain View Campus and included more than 230 leaders from the Linux community, representing kernel developers, distribution and system vendors, ISVs, end users and community project leaders.


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