Cuba leading the Linux revolution
Royal Pingdom has gathered together an interesting set of stats, showing Linux's popularity (on the desktop) in various places around the world. It has built up an impressive 6.3% market share over in Cuba, and is doing well in many African countries too. Macedonia, Finland and Spain are the top European countries for Linux adoption, although the figures there are still quite small. Still, the author guesstimates that there are around 15 million active desktop Linux users out there - a number not to be sniffed at.
What'll be the next big market for Linux? Does it help consumer adoption when governments make moves towards the OS?