The Linux Foundation has decided the time is right for one administrative structure to cover all of its networking efforts, so has created the “LF Networking Fund ” to oversee them all.
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The Linux Foundation created an umbrella platform, the LF Networking Fund, to promote cross-project collaboration among open source networking projects under its wing.
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The Linux Foundation is taking the first step to bring some commonality across its myriad network efforts by creating the LF Networking Fund (LFN).
By creating a combined administrative structure, Linux Foundation said LFN will provide a platform for cross-project collaboration.
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On Jan. 23, the Linux Foundation announced a broad restructuring effort for its networking projects that will see a new grouping known as the LF Networking Fund (LFN) emerge as the top-level organization.
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The Linux Foundation has launched a new effort to promote collaboration between open source networking projects.
The foundation this week unveiled the LF Networking Fund, which Arpit Joshipura described as a “platform for cross-project collaboration”.
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