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RE: The computer I use most runs...

by yiango (Novice)
on Jan 12, 2000 at 19:41 UTC ( #1996=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to The computer I use most runs...

Even though the majority of people in this poll specified they used some UNIX variant (Whether it be BSD or Linux or whatever). I bet the statistics for this site will prove the opposite. Hey Tim! Care to tell us what *Really* is used by the people who visit perlmonks.org? ..and yes I use Linux :)


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RE: RE: The computer I use most runs...
by vroom (Pope) on Jan 12, 2000 at 21:48 UTC
    Right now we aren't keeping those statistics but maybe I'll track it for a day or so just for fun and let you know. I'm not sure that I want to find out the people who visit the site are all liars... might have to change the name of the site and register a new domain... then again maybe people just surf the web on their Windoze boxes and spend most of their time developing on another OS.
      I based my thoughts on some previous discussions/polls seen on slashdot.org. People there usually voted they used Linux, but at one time, one of the editors (Rob?) said Windows was the most popular platform for visiting the site. I'm sure there are logical reasons behind this (Like e.g. the first poster said here he used NT at work)
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