Thanks Rahul, it all looks like it's interesting and should be useful at
some point in the future
Anybody got any ideas on how we can make use
of this info? Maybe in the proposed Press Kit and the history section
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RedHatContributions and in the references.
> People have done various studies on which vendors contribute how much to
> the Linux kernel in particular and Red Hat in usually by a large margin
> the leading contributor. That would probably be the same for GTK and
> GNOME though I don't know of anyone doing any formal analysis. Then
> there are other key pieces like Glibc, GCC and on more desktop neutral
> stuff like HAL, DBus, Cairo, NetworkManager etc.
> From the volunteer community, there are a good number of people who
> contribute to various upstream projects. A few examples,
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BryanSullivan (Mercurial upstream. Refer
> http://lwn.net/Articles/153990/ for a interesting detail).
> I am pretty sure there are several dozen more contributors such as these.
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