MINIX is BSD-licensed, which requires acknowledging the original software creator. I haven’t seen Intel do that yet. I wonder if Andrew Tanenbaum could sue Intel based on this.
I think it’s pretty cool to finally see an actual industrial use of MINIX 3. :-)
Also, I tagged this with “person” after seeing that the article is authored by none other than Dmitry Sklyarov, formerly of Elcomsoft, who had the misfortune of speaking at DEFCON in Las Vegas in 2001, and being subjected to the extraterritorial persecution and Fortune-100 bullying that’s oh-so mundane nowadays. United States v. Elcom Ltd.