With Linux continuing its steady rise to world domination, we thought we'd ask you what you think has been the greatest moment for Linux since the start of the millennium.
Perhaps it was 20 October 2008 when Ubuntu became Linux for human beings, or was it October 2011 when Android (possibly) took over 50% of the smart phone market share. Maybe it was a fateful day in May 2000 when a certain Linux magazine first hit the shelves (or maybe you think that May 2000 was actually last millennium). Was it when Raspberry Pi introduced cheap and cheerful Linux computers to an excited world, or when SCO filled for bankruptcy in September 2007?
Let us know what you think and we'll read out the best in our upcoming podcast.
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