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April 1st, 2015

March’s Top Ten

These are the ten most read articles on FOSS Force for the month of March, 2015.

1. What Linux Distro Do You Use? FOSS Force staff report. Published March 11, 2015. In this article we asked you to take our poll to let us know which Linux distro you prefer. You did. Ubuntu edged out Mint by a very slight margin.

2. The Ubuntu, Microsoft & SUSE (Bermuda) Triangle by Christine Hall. Published March 16, 2015. When Ubuntu entered into an agreement with Microsoft, it was déjà vu all over again.

3. An $89 Computer With Ubuntu Preinstalled by Christine Hall. Published March 2, 2015. Some of the people who brought you the Lycoris distro are now offering a uber affordable green machine with Ubuntu preinstalled.

4. The Cat That Has Linux’s Tongue by Ken Starks. Published March 3, 2015. The trials and tribulations of speaking with Linux.

5. A Developer’s Eye View of Bodhi 3.0.0 by Christine Hall. Published March 9, 2015. Jeff Hoogland, the lead developer and founder of Bodhi Linux, talks about the latest version of the distro.

6. Five Linux Distros for New Users FOSS Force staff report. Published February 26, 2015. A look at five Ubuntu based Linux distros designed with the new user in mind.

7. When SCO Was Cool by Larry Cafiero. Published March 25, 2015. SCO didn’t start out as a company with a business model based on litigation. It was once a respected tech player.

8. What’s Your Desktop Environment? FOSS Force staff report. Published March 19, 2015. A lead-in to our poll to determine your favorite Linux desktop environment.

9. KDE Tops Poll FOSS Force staff report. Published March 27, 2015. We look at the results of our desktop poll. KDE won, followed by Xfce.

10. Linus Under Wraps, Fedora Tests Wayland & More… by Larry Cafiero. Published March 13, 2015. This Week in Review looks at the Linux Foundation’s new “Code of Conflict,” Canonical’s partnership with Microsoft and Fedora 22 Alpha.

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