__/ [ Richard G. Riley ] on Tuesday 07 March 2006 16:18 \__
> "Roy"posted the following on 2006-03-07:
>> IBM will not use Windows Vista - but will move to Linux desktops
>> ,----[ Snippet ]
>>| "IBM switching to Linux destops in Germany according to a Linux Forum
>>| 2006 presentation by their head of open source and Linux sales in
>> SGI Receives SAP Certification for Altix Line of Open-Source Linux Servers
> Does anyone have any stats on Linux use per world region? Germany has
> always been a bit "geeky" with regard to cpmputer systems and
> certainly has a very healthy Linux community. If you monitor any of
> the Linux development forums it seems that German programmers really
> are at the forefront of a lot of whats happening to improve Linux for
> the user.
The statistical sample used is quite small, but regardless:
The incentive to register may depend on location and word of mouth as well,
bear in mind. Looking at some top cities, you soon get a rough answer.
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