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End of a Long February

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Feb 28, 2024

February 29th, Leap Year

IN the middle of last month and of this month we took stock of most-accessed articles for the first fortnight of the month. With a leap year this year (yes, Olympics) we're not yet in the last day of February, but looking at popular or most viewed stories (over 1,000 requests in HTTP/S, not counting Gemini), we have this top 10:

  1. GNU/Linux likely installed on over 100 million laptops and desktops
  2. Chrome has truly taken over (Chrome dominant in every country)
  3. Firefox still surviving in France
  4. Google isn't dying like Microsoft told us
  5. EPO is shedding off essential workers
  6. Microsoft is shedding off lots of workers (almost a thousand) in California
  7. Jack Wallen seems to be "selling out" again
  8. Debian covers up deaths
  9. Microsoft in trouble (financially) and GitHub won't stay 'free'

That's it for now.

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