The five most popular end-user Linux distributions | ZDNet

The five most popular end-user Linux distributions | ZDNet.

I am sure everyone who cares about this sort of thing has already seen this article, but if not, it’s fairly interesting, if unsurprising. However, isn’t the point about open source (however framed, developed) that it implies a collaborative community, or should? And the virtue of such a community–a commons-based peer network–is that is able efficiently to build, innovate, and maintain the project? All by tying up less capital and resources and thus by expanding the arc of wealth?