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Mandriva Desktop 2011 in round figures

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As many people already know, Mandriva/ROSA Desktop 2011 has been released. Some interesting statistic information about this release:

* since Technology preview (including it), we did 9 releases (TP, alpha1, alpha2, beta1/2/3, RC1/2, release);

* people, who were involved in Mandriva Desktop 2011 preparation live in (as minimum, quite possible I do not know all of them) in:

> 18 towns: Moscow, Saratov, Saint-Petersburg, Vladivostok, Cheboksari, Ufa, Glazov, Ivanovo, Odessa, Kiev, Belgrad, Jokkmokk, Curitiba, Metz, Paris, Fraiburg, Chapel-Hill, Oslo);

> 10 countries (Russia, Ukraine, France, Sweden, Serbia, USA, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Norway);

> and on 3 continents

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