Twenty-five years ago, two people, Marc Ewing and Bob Young, set up a business
to make available a Linux distribution created by Marc called Red Hat
Linux. That experiment of bundling a bunch of Free Software to make it
easy to be consumed has helped spawn, along with the Debian distribution,
a huge and diverse ecosystem of technologies that are now defining how
the world consumes technology, how societies are run, and is helping
drive the next generation of technical innovation.