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2010′s Biggest Linux Thing

December 28, 2010 No Comments

Well another year is drawing to a close, and that means it’s time to begin taking stock of all that has passed in 2010.

It was an eventful year for those of us in the Linux community, that’s for sure — so eventful, in fact, that it’s almost difficult to remember all the many significant things that happened.

Fortunately, the team at TuxRadar have been on hand to help. A recent Open Ballot on the site, in fact, asked readers’ opinions as to what the biggest Linux event was in 2010, causing plenty of remembering and lively discussion.

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