Are There Too Many Linux Distros?

Posted by brideoflinux on Sep 3, 2013 4:48 AM EDT
FOSS Force; By Christine Hall
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The main reason I don’t usually pay any attention to these discussions on choice, however, is that I’m already firmly rooted in the camp that supports choice. Of course there are a gazillian distros. That’s the Linux gene pool. It’s a strength that helps keep Linux healthy and what keeps the operating system from being a one-size-fits-all solution that actually fits no one (like, say, Windows).

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