There’s been a lot of talk about how Linux after 20 years still has just about 1% of the total desktop market share. Of course this figure is highly debatable and must be taken with a pinch of salt.
To help give a rough idea of how many Linux desktop boxes are out there, DudaLibre has set out to let you add your count to it. Simply hop onto the site and submit your number of Linux boxes to the survey they are running. So far, over 256000 people have added theirs.
The same page also features a break down of the figures with some really interesting stats. Ubuntu as usual, has a whooping 61% of the figures tallied so far, with Poland having a staggering 26% of the boxes?
Which country are you from? Please add your computer to the tally so we can all have a rough idea of how wrong the 1% market share claim is.