While part-time hobbyists do plenty of great work on GNU/Linux, most of the code thesedays comes from paid developers. So for our upcoming podcast, we want your opinions: which company does the most for Linux? You might argue that Red Hat or SUSE contribute the most with their patches and efforts to get Linux into enterprises, or you may say that Intel or Canonical are doing the best work.
Perhaps you think Raspberry Pi Ltd (the trading arm) is helping to spread Linux more than any other company, or maybe the award should go to Microsoft: with Vista and Windows 8, the company certainly made people explore alternatives! In any case, let us know in the comments below and we’ll read out the best in our upcoming recording.