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GNU/Linux Market Share and FUD

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  • Linux Market Share Is Stupid | For The Record

    Will the Linux market share even reach 5%? Should we consider Chrome OS a successful example of Linux on the desktop? I ask these questions and discuss the recent revelation that data tracking for Linux usage isn’t always that accurate.

  • Munich, Germany, once an open source champion, begins moving back to Microsoft [Ed: Partly fake news from a Microsoft site because they are only assessing costs; Microsoft corruption there is still probed and the actions challenged at multiple levels.]

    If this work is being done behind the scene, for now, Matthias Kirschner, president of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE), explained that “it was agreed that the final decision will be made by the city council members after they receive a calculation of the costs.”

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