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DarkDuck visitors' favorite kde distro

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Holy wars... So many efforts were wasted in there... Linux world is not alone here. So many battles happened in discussions what is the best distribution.

I expected another episode of the battle when published post "What is your best favourite KDE distro?". That post quickly became branch of PCLinuxOS forum: so many PCLOS users took part in commenting.

But that's human nature: we are so lazy to write sometimes... To give users of other distributions equal right and not to bother them too much, I opened voting on this blog, where users were not required to write anything unless they wanted to. Instead, there was drop-down menu with list of different KDE-based distributions.

Voting was opened 9 days ago and planned to be closed on 20th of August. It is now time to announce results. I must admit, results are not exactly what I expected. But they reflect true situation on the KDE "market", I can't object.

results here




Keep doing your poll over and

Keep doing your poll over and over until you get the results you want. Reminds me of Foxnews.

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