Linux has long been one of the key operating systems in space. It powers all manner of satellites and such like, but now it's taking over space desktops as well. NASA has announced that it's migrating the International Space Station (ISS) laptops from Windows to Debian 6 (http://www.drdobbs.com/tools/debian-6-now-onboard-international-space/240154787).
With this, it seems, Linux has conquered the final frontier, but that doesn't mean world domination is complete. So, our question is this: Where would you like to see Linux adopted next?
Perhaps you'd like to see it take over the education system so that the next generation learns the true value of the Penguin OS. Or maybe you'd like to see it adopted by governments so that our tax money isn't siphoned off by Redmond. Or is nothing other than all-out war on every front until every computing device running a free OS acceptable?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and we'll read them out on our up coming podcast.
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