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Linux: the desktop years

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IBM, Canonical, Red Hat and Novell have put out an interesting joint release about how they are working together with regional hardware manufacturers to “to deliver Microsoft-free personal computing choices with Lotus Notes and Lotus Symphony in the one billion-unit desktop market worldwide by 2009.”

In celebration of Linux’s imminent domination of the desktop market I thought it would be worth remembering how we got here:

The year of the Linux desktop: 2003
Linus says 2004 is the year for desktop Linux
2005 will be the year of the Linux desktop
2006 - The year of the Linux desktop
2007 - The year of the Linux desktop
2008: Year of the Linux desktop

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