I am in agreement with the general regard for Greg and this is not intended to detract from that.
But how can one say LF is "a fully neutral environment"? And even if that were so by some definition, how can that be billed as an "always good thing" TM? As best I can tell, vested interest have always provided motivation for improvements in Linux.
The statement is a step up from the previous self assertion: "The Linux Foundation provides a neutral forum for collaboration and education by hosting technical events".
Is this an example of neutrality creep or of some neutrality creep?
I couldn't find this question addressed in other responses (my search did come up with that quote on LF), but if this is has already been discussed here I'm interested in a link.