> which, from a suitably cynical point of view, could be seen to benefit from raising the profile of Linux kernel security problems. I prefer the suitably gracious point of view that the people in question are well-meaning hackers who hope to improve the world by contribution of their skills to open source projects. Unfortunately, being a well-meaning person who hopes to improve the world doesn't seem to automatically give you the skills to communicate and negotiate effectively. The same could be said of a great many well-meaning people whose names are familiar to us all because of their great contributions.
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