Backbytes: Open-source developers targeted in honeytraps, claims Eric Raymond

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'Deliberately planned and persistent campaign to frame Linus and feed him to an outrage mob' - Raymond

Open-source luminary Eric Raymond has claimed that there is a concerted campaign to snare well-know open-source developers in "honey traps" - including multiple attempts to frame Linux creator Linu...

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