HOLD ON! Before you hit the 'Reply' button. This is not what it seems. This isn't another Linus vs RMS battle.
In school we are doing this living museum project/research were we must pick an influencial person in history and then present to a group of people. I narrowed it down to two people: Linus Torvalds and Richard M. Stallman.
I think you'll agree with me when I say they both have done several influencial things. But which shall I pick? Richard founded the GNU project, the Free Software Foundation, and the GNU General Public License. And has developed apps like gcc, emacs and gdb.
On the other hand, Linus Torvalds created one of the most advanced operating systems today, which no doubt changed the computing world as we know it.
Which would you think would be the best to give an oral report on?
I am sort of leaning onto Linus's side just because I love Linux. Should I just trust my gut and go for Linus?