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Hedon James

Your right, don't take it too seriously, as we don't know many votes were tallied, and we'll never know how many linux users DIDN'T vote.  I know I didn't, cuz I wasn't aware of the poll. 

 

But it's interesting to me that some of the top choices (by voters) won with only 20%-30% of the vote.  Speaks to the fragmentation and plethora of choices on Linux.  And some of those choices won with 60%-70% of the vote, speaking to their DOMINANCE, despite the varying alternative choices.  I don't think it's a coincidence those dominant winners tend to be some of the oldest and most polished software, with the biggest variety of features.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Yup. Those annual polls have been going on at LQ.org for years. The results are sometimes interesting to see. LQ has a heavy Slackware presence, though, so some slant in the polls may result.

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