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Who Will Release First

OpenSuSE 10.0
53% (248 votes)
Mandriva 2006
47% (217 votes)
Total votes: 465

As Predicted

Well as this close poll indicated, SuSE Linux 10.0 was released first. Mandriva held the lead for quite a while, but after the announcement of an October 15th release for Mandriva, SuSE overtook. And I believe that Oct 15th release date is for club members as well. It could be almost Thanksgiving before the general public gets their hand on Mandriva. ...ooo, there's another poll idea. Big Grin

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