AlbertP wrote:Ubuntu's red arrow down shows that there were less Ubuntu users the last 30 days (and more Mint). Note that they are very close to each other in the last 30 days view.
Arenalgarden wrote:Every time Debian has a new stable release it jumps way up due to interest. Then they find out it's the same old Debian, non functioning, FreeDumb song and dance to to the likes of Stallman and co. Then people go somewhere like Ubuntu, Mint, Vector, Saline, Salix etc so they can load up, jump on the net, and go without spending a day searching for those " evil" non free drivers and plugins, etc.
I'm not knocking the Debian developers. They are the best on the planet. I'm knocking the FreeDumb mentality.
No noob could ever attempt to handle Debian "pure" . Thanks to all these other folks for tweaking it so newbies can actually USE it which kicks the Debian project up, if in an indirect way.
AlbertP wrote:Mint is now 2nd again at the last month's statistics, but first in the last 7 days. As I said before, Mint and Ubuntu are very close to each other, much closer than in the 12 month column, the Mint usage is rising the last year. The same trend is visible at 6 and 3 months. Ubuntu numbers haven't changed that much, and K/X/Lubuntu numbers are decreasing.
ThistleWeb wrote:Distrowatch is about download figures...
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