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In Search of Linux's Greatest Moment

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There's no denying that Linux has had a lot of great moments since the turn of the millennium, and Linux Girl has done her best to highlight each and every one of them here on LinuxInsider's pages -- at least over the past six or so of those years.

Recently, however, the always-engaging crew over at TuxRadar came up with an interesting question: "We thought we'd ask you what you think has been the greatest moment for Linux since the start of the millennium.

"Perhaps it was 20 October 2008 when Ubuntu became Linux for human beings, or was it October 2011 when Android (possibly) took over 50 percent of the smartphone market share," the team suggested.

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