Someone finally noted the starving of R&D in a big tech company. That by the way is not a legacy of "Leo". That is a legacy of the Hurd.
It will be interesting how they go along on fixing that because it is much more difficult than fixing "execution". It is easier to re-establish R&D from scratch than to fix R&D that has been starved into obsolescence through a million of budget and headcount cuts combined with "business relevance" requirements.