Woody has received scant attention from Linux websites compared to other recent Linux distributions. Debian “Woody” 3.0r0 was released on July 19, 2002; but months later, there have been few reviews of Woody online (one, in French). Read more for the link to the full DebianPlanet.org editorial.Contrast this with Red Hat 7.3, which received four reviews within just over two months of its release. Or Mandrake 8.2 with four reviews. Or SuSE 8.0 with seven reviews within two months of release. Less widely known Linux distributions than these, with an ubergeek appeal similar to Debian’s, have also drawn more attention on Linux oriented websites. Slackware 8.0 received two reviews after it came out, and Gentoo bagged three reviews within two months of the Gentoo 1.2 release. So why hasn’t Woody received more attention from Linux websites? One likely possibility is that Debian is losing “mindshare”.