Linux World Map

Linux world map

Igor Ljubuncic’s Great Linux map portrays the world of Linux desktop software as geography.  The map is in the same style as Randell Munroe’s (aka xkcd) maps of social networking relationships, with features such as islands and lakes named after Linux related items – the Android Sea,  Great Communist Empire of Ubuntu etc.

Igor describes it as:

a wild envisioning of how I see things … no way representative in terms of actual market share usage or popularity.

Must admit I know next to nothing about the operating system so I can’t say how well it works, but the Linux community seems amused.

Read more, and grab a desktop-sized version at Dedoimedo.


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