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The Register: Linux Desktops Grow and Grow and Grow

John Oates covers the preliminary results of the LF’s Linux Desktop Survey reporting on the major stats that have come out of the survey so far.

The Inquirer: Linux is a desktop creature

Nick Farrell reports on the preliminary results of the Linux Desktop survey stating that the desktop is an area where Linux is stealing ground from Microsoft.

PC Magazine: Desktop Linux on the Rise

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reports on the results from the Linux Desktop survey which shows that Linux is becoming a credible threat to Windows on the desktop.

The Nation: Linux faces up to Microsoft

Pongpen Sutharoj covers the two-headed race between Linux and Microsoft and reports on how Linux is gaining headway.

Datamation: It’s Time to Get Over Microsoft

Bruce Byfield gives a pretty refreshing state of FLOSS today at Datamation.

Wired.com: Linux Foundation on the Android Platform

Zemlin talks to Wired.com about Google’s choice to work within the superior way of developing software

LinuxDevices: CGL group rev’s leadership, charter, policies

Coverage on the addition of Dan Cauchy, currently MontaVista’s director of marketing for carrier and mobile products, to the LF’s Carrier Grade Linux working group.

eWeek: Linux Community Questions x86 Server Numbers

Peter Galli reports on the Linux communities reaction to the research which suggested Linux is losing market share to Windows, citing reasons by Amanda McPherson on why this research may be misleading.

Linux Journal: Linux Survey Needs Help

Justin Ryan motivates readers to take the Linux Desktop Survey.

IT Business Edge: EU-Microsoft Settlement Brings Shoulder Shrugs — But Wait

Kachina Dunn reports on the response the open source community has had towards the EU-Microsoft settlement, including Dan Kohn’s view that this will benefit projects like Samba.

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