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Who wrote 3.5

Who wrote 3.5

Posted Jul 26, 2012 7:16 UTC (Thu) by viiru (subscriber, #53129)
Parent article: Who wrote 3.5

> Texas Instruments, Samsung, MiTAC, Wolfson Microelectronics, Qualcomm,
> Renesas, and Nokia are also primarily focused in the embedded Linux area

Nokia? I can't see Nokia mentioned in employers list, was that a mistake? I'd also find it somewhat surprising if Nokia did appear on this list, considering that they no longer have any Linux-based devices in development, and that they have in my understanding laid off their Linux developers.


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Who wrote 3.5

Posted Jul 26, 2012 13:11 UTC (Thu) by jake (editor, #205) [Link]

> Nokia? I can't see Nokia mentioned in employers list, was that a mistake?

An earlier version of the article had a longer list of employers (25 instead of 20) and Nokia did appear at #23 (99 changesets, 0.9%) ... when we revised the list, we forgot to remove Nokia in the text (Renasas too for that matter). Sorry for the confusion.

jake

Who wrote 3.5

Posted Jul 26, 2012 13:13 UTC (Thu) by jake (editor, #205) [Link]

> (Renasas too for that matter)

sigh, I shouldn't post comments before coffee ... Renasas is there in the list, of course ...

jake

Who wrote 3.5

Posted Aug 3, 2012 17:35 UTC (Fri) by kiko (subscriber, #69905) [Link]

Sure, but it's "Renesas". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renesas_Electronics

;-P

Who wrote 3.5

Posted Aug 3, 2012 18:00 UTC (Fri) by jake (editor, #205) [Link]

> Sure, but it's "Renesas"

heh, it's right in the article, just not in the comments ... i can't be responsible for editors misspelling things in the comments ... oh, wait :)

jake


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