Ubuntu is the distro at the top and it's pushing boundaries; it made a DE of its own design, it has a phone OS in the marketplace and it's making waves in enterprise - all from following a single leader's vision.  Putting aside the large funding afforded by Shuttleworth, I wonder whether this show that distributions does better with a single leader's vision.  And having someone who is unelected means that their view isn't shifted every so often as and when a new leader is nominated.

So - what do you think is the best management method for a distribution to follow?
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A small unelected team
Elected leader(s)
Small elected community team(s)
Community-wide participation
17%
Unelected leader
17%
A small unelected team
23%
Elected leader(s)
17%
Small elected community team(s)
27%
Community-wide participation
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