cyber_rigger writes: "The Linux Kernel is to have a (spoken) reading on Radio Free Linux and some other regular radio station throughout the world.
I guess this makes Linux offically 'free as in speech.'
'The Linux kernel contains 4,141,432 lines of code. Reading
the entire kernel will take an estimated 14253.43 hours, or
593.89 days. Free Radio Linux begins transmission on
February 3, 2002, the fourth anniversary of the term "Open
If only the mysterious numbers stations
would open their source as well.