Linux now represents 100 percent of the supercomputer market, 90 percent of the cloud, 82 percent of the smartphone market and 62 percent of the embedded systems market.
@slh Which is how we know that Linux alone will not fix surveillance capitalism (and, quite on the contrary, actually powers most/nearly all of it). Free software is not enough to solve surveillance capitalism (and definitely not “open source”), we need ethical technology (see https://ind.ie/ethical-design).
@slh So... not the year of the Linux Desktop?
@MatejLach @slh the problem, I think, is that companies don’t get any marginal return on spending the $100. If I don’t pay big O the $50k, I don’t get to use their software. If I don’t spend the $100, I still get to use Postgres. Having said that, I wonder what percentage in that report actually DO pay, for things like Red Hat, and so on...
@slh and this is the year of the Linux desktop!
@slh nut NO goverment wants to use it on a daily basis in the public work
And more than 50% at Microsoft Azure. :)
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