people.kernel.org

About people.kernel.org

People.kernel.org is a collection of individual blogs authored by Linux kernel developers. It is powered by WriteFreely and federated via ActivityPub.

All articles are owned by their respective authors and are made available under a dual Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (cc-by-sa) and under GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). If you would like to use the content under any other terms, you can always ask the article's author directly for permission.

Code of Conduct

All authors have agreed to adhere to the Linux Kernel Code of Conduct. If you find any content that you believe violates the principles outlined in that document, please contact conduct@kernel.org.


Joining people.kernel.org

At this time, this service is available to high-profile developers and maintainers of the Linux Kernel. This means:

If you do not automatically qualify, you can always ask someone who falls under the two categories above to “sponsor” you.

Editorial policy

Before you apply for your own blog on people.kernel.org, you will need to agree to the following licensing and editorial policy:

Any content that does not follow the editorial policy may be unpublished without notice.

Applying for your own blog

Please review the licensing and editorial policy above. If you agree to adhere to these principles, then please email helpdesk@kernel.org requesting an invite.


people.kernel.org is home to 19 articles across 20 blogs.

About WriteFreely

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It lets you publish a single blog, or host a community of writers who can create multiple blogs under one account. You can also enable federation, which allows people in the fediverse to follow your blog, bookmark your posts, and share them with others.