Linus Torvalds took the stage at the latest LinuxCon 2015 that took place in Dublin, Ireland, and talked about a number of things, including security and the future for Linux on ARM hardware.
The Linux kernel development community is going through some turmoil these days and a couple of prominent developers have left the project, citing the toxic community and various other problems. One of them even pointing the finger at Linus and their timing was chosen so that the news about their departure would overlap with LinuxCon 2015. From the looks of it, Linus wasn't asked about these issues, but he did talk about other things.
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