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Desktop Matchmaking in Linux Land

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Well it's been a few years since Linux Girl has had the pleasure of writing about dating in the Linux world -- always one of her favorite topics! -- but recently the topic came up again, albeit with a slight twist.

Specifically, in a recent article over at Datamation, it wasn't so much human-to-human matchmaking being discussed as it was pairing of the human-to-desktop kind.

Yes, that's right -- "Linux Desktops and Linux Personalities: What's Your Perfect Match?" is the title of the article by Bruce Byfield that has drawn several comparisons with the world of amour.

For example: "Finding your perfect match with a Linux desktop environment can be worse than using an online dating site," the story reads.

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