Somebody of us should go there and answer questions/resolve issues asked in the comments below the article.LWN.NET is read by some important figures in the geek world
, so it would be probably good for Bitcoin PR if we do that.
Perhaps it should be even Satoshi himself or Gavin Andresen, because they have the best understanding of the Bitcoin algorithms.
Founded by Jonathan Corbet and Elizabeth Coolbaugh and published since January 1998, LWN was originally a free site devoted to collecting Linux news, published weekly.
At the end of May 2002, LWN announced a redesigned site. Among the changes was a facility for readers to post comments about stories.
On July 25, 2002, LWN announced that due to its inability to raise enough funds through donations, the following issue would be its last.
LWN caters to a more technical audience than other Linux/free software publications. It is often praised for its in-depth coverage of Linux kernel internals.
The acronym "LWN" originally stood for Linux Weekly News. However, that name is no longer used because the site no longer covers exclusively Linux-related topics, and it has daily as well as weekly content.