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Google's Android and ChromeOS are...

Triumph for (GNU) Linux
25% (59 votes)
Distraction for (GNU) Linux
18% (41 votes)
A step in the right direction
34% (80 votes)
Of no value to (GNU) Linux
22% (52 votes)
Total votes: 232

Android yes, ChromeOS I don't know

Android is a triumph for Linux without GNU. I have never tried ChromeOS so I don't know.

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