Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Dec 2010 18:43 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes What were the big themes this year? Which stories on OSNews were the most popular? We dove into our database (well, Adam did), and compiled a list of 2010's ten most popular stories on OSNews. As a metric, we didn't look at silly things like hits or whatever, but at the only metric that matters on OSNews, the only metric which really indicates what our registered (and thus, loyal) readers loved to argue about this year: number of comments. Yes, that headline is intentionally confusing.
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I care
by KalElFr on Wed 29th Dec 2010 22:50 UTC
KalElFr
Member since:
2010-10-02

I do care about alternative OSes so, please, keep informing us about what is happening in the Amiga (the one in which I am) worl, Haiku world, Linux world, RiscOS world and so on...

Thanks for your hard work !

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RE: I care
by AmigaRobbo on Thu 30th Dec 2010 08:53 in reply to "I care"
AmigaRobbo Member since:
2005-11-15

It't the alternative OS that make things interesting, a series of articles about Linux on the desktop does seem to attract some rather err repetitive conversations.

I think the real problem of alternatives is that well, they'll dying off, init? :sadface:

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RE[2]: I care
by Neolander on Thu 30th Dec 2010 12:55 in reply to "RE: I care"
Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

I think the real problem of alternatives is that well, they'll dying off, init? :sadface:

Not sure I understood that... Do you mean that there are less alternative OSs made nowadays, or that they die before completion ?

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