Some news and information worth sharing.
* In a recent Open Source Census report, Ubuntu tops the list with 46% of installations. Its a global project to count the number of each open source distributions. Obviously it focuses on businesses, which gives Ubuntu an edge with it becoming the distribution of choice for desktop installations.
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* Also in relevant news earlier in the week, RedHat and Novell (Fedora for desktops) have decided to let Ubuntu be the distribution of choice for end-user desktop installations and concentrate their focus on desktops for commercial markets. In a way, Ubuntu is reaping the rewards of work done by the earlier by RedHat and later on by Fedora.