Writer Roy Schestowitz has posted a thorough round-up of gains made by Gnu Linux in 2007 in the areas of supercomputers, desktops, mobile phones, laptops and tablets, consoles, and media players.
One needs to look for evidence of growth not only in desktops. Judgment must be based on multiple areas where GNU/Linux gains traction. This ought to cover some disruptive trends that are yet to be reckoned with.
What do you think of his assessment? What are the most important strides Linux made for the year, and what do you want to see happen in 2008?
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