Am 19.02.21 um 08:56 schrieb John Paul Adrian Glaubitz:
Volunteer contributors are negligible when it comes to
larger changes at the codebase
or regular contributions. Maintaining a kernel port or working on GCC is almost
always a full time job.
Perhaps we're just talking about different things here. I'm well aware
where most of the code in the kernel, GCC and LLVM comes from. But
Tumbleweed has ~15,000 packages, and the overall ecosystem does have a
lot of volunteer contributions. As important as the kernel, compiler and
browser are, a Linux distribution is much more than that.