This is a chart of my count (up to the last post: Jun 17, 2021) being careful of the many duplicates, nuances and honoring when users repost to say they’ve moved to different distro(s).
# OS 32 Manjaro 27 Ubuntu 22 Debian 22 Pop!_OS 21 Arch 21 Fedora 17 Kubuntu 14 Linux Mint 11 MX Linux 10 EndeavourOS 10 OpenSUSE 8 ArcoLinux 8 Xubuntu 5 CentOS 5 Raspbian 4 Elementary OS 4 Peppermint OS 4 SparkyLinux 4 Ubuntu Server 4 Zorin OS 3 Solus 2 Fedora Silverblue 2 KDE Neon 1 Anarchy 1 Antergos 1 antiX 1 ArchLabs 1 Artix Linux 1 Chrome OS 1 Kali Linux 1 Linux Lite 1 Lubuntu 1 Mageia 1 NixOS 1 Parabola GNU/Linux-libre 1 Regolith 1 SolydXK 1 Void Linux
That’s a lot of work, really interesting to see. Thanks for posting!
Proof that contrary to long-standing rumours, computer scientists can count
Thanks for this - it’s very useful. I’m cheering for Debian, not that I’m a fanboy or anything
Community poll here:
Thanks, everyone - very informative and entertaining, as ever
Gerald was so inspiring last time he was on too, so it was great to see him back with cool updates on Suse. I wonder if such frequent updates means Tumbleweed’s even better suited to latest harder than Fedora? In any case, I definitely agree that keeping the word out on Suse could benefit the community as they’re clearly doing so-much for everyone!
NVidia - finally, thank you thank you thank you - I’m not a fan, but we’ve so been needing this in the community!