There were some very interesting choices in this year's poll.
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- Oh, well, I'm happy for Slackware, something new from time to time is good.
And yes, is the most popular for that select group of people. And that means more than any place at Distrowatch.15w
- Bottom line to all this is LINUX IS WONDERFUL because of all those choices we can make!15w
- Just a data point, with less than 850 votes total the sample size is way to small to draw any real conclusion, outside of the fact that Linuxquestions users who vote in polls tend to vote for Slackware.15w
- Thai is what I've said,. None of the "polls" and "visitor statistics" shows Ubuntu is the most used distro, what I think it is (I may be wrong). Ubuntu was in 4th recently, in DW, came back to 3rd, I see. And it was 2nd some many moths ago, and 1st, years ago, for a long time, before the "Mint spring" ;-) And I am not saying this because I am a fan-boy. I use another distro, PCLinuxOS (rolling release and no systemD).15w
- My personal favourite is MiniBian (small footprint of Raspbian) with SystemD removed, headless (but with enough of X server for remote use).15w