Poll: Number of GNU/Linux Desktops

Edit Fri Jun 12 17:30:51 CDT 2009: Be sure to share the URL to this poll with others in online forums, IRC channels, USENET and anywhere else you visit to get the widest audience possible. We would like to show that thousands of GNU/Linux desktops are “out there” to those who want or need to know. Game companies that base product development on “market share” would be one party interested in this.

Edit Sat Aug 27 14:17:02 CDT 2011: This poll no longer exists. We may run a new poll in the future.

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Gene is a "Unix Guy", network technologist, system trouble-shooter and IT generalist with over 20 years experience in the SOHO and SMB markets. He is familiar with and conversant in eComStation (a.k.a. OS/2), DOS (PC, MS and Free), Unix, Linux and those GUI based systems from Microsoft. Gene is also a follower of Jesus (forgiven, not perfect), and this does inform his world view.

2 thoughts on “Poll: Number of GNU/Linux Desktops”

  1. If you voted that you have more than thirty PCs running a GNU/Linux desktop please come back here and tell us why in a comment. Actually, anyone running more than one PC with a GNU/Linux desktop is welcome to tell us why. I run four GNU/Linux desktops here in my SOHO business. But two of them double as personal desktop systems. What is your story?

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