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I think the first article linked above answers the question.
I read recently of the 87th distro based on Ubuntu. The writer asked why the developers believe 86 distros based on Ubuntu isn't enough.
If I were a software developer I'd have trouble thinking of any reason to produce 'a' Linux version.
Nobody killed Linux. Just stop with this crap!
Linux is now more alive than ever: on servers, desktops, tablets, phones, space stations, refrigerators etc.
Linux on the desktop rocks; not only has it evolved _tremendously_ compared to 10 years ago when I first started using it, but it is now seriously giving Windows and MacOS a run for their money. And I'm not even talking about Android, I'm talking about good, old fashioned GNU/Linux.
Gnome2 in recent years was more than usable, excellent really and now Gnome3 is finally getting to a point where it can match and surpass that.
The future is looking bright for Linux on the desktop, with its gazillion distributions.
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