A positive perspective I see is that the 'corporate' bias in the recent kernels (and a list of the very companies supporting this development) as a sign that Linux is indeed a valid, viable, and stable alternative to proprietary operating system (and related) software.
Either that, or (as I've stated before) the companies who throw resources1 at Linux are the same companies who have the most to gain from its continued development.
1Perhaps "throw resources" sounds a little harsh, but I mean it in the nicest sense of the term.
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