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Great Linux World Map Surveys the State of the Linux Empire

You may recall the Social Networking Map that appeared last year; the Great Linux World Map is a linx-centric equivalent with popular (and less popular) Linux distributions mapped over the world.

The map is the product of Dedoimedo; he writes:

I just realized something. There is no Great Linux World Map. There’s one for social networking, but there’s no such thing for my favorite operating system. Needless to say, where’s there’s demand, someone ought to supply it. So I created one.

Hit up the link below to read more about his design process and to check out a full size version of the map.

The Great Linux World Map [Dedoimedo]

Jason Fitzpatrick is warranty-voiding DIYer and all around geek. When he's not documenting mods and hacks he's doing his best to make sure a generation of college students graduate knowing they should put their pants on one leg at a time and go on to greatness, just like Bruce Dickinson. You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 05/25/11

Comments (9)

  1. Dan

    Cute! Though they should’ve put Mint near Debian since it’s slowly moving some of its side projects to a Debian core. Also, I wouldn’t characterize Mint as a “rogue state”, it’s more of an “autonomous state” geopolitically speaking.

  2. James Thoenes

    This is funny.

  3. Brad

    Long live the Rogue State of Mint! I would have put the Noob Desert between Mint and Ubuntu on the map.

  4. SuAlfons

    I’m missing the Gnome 3.0 something. It looks much more promising than Unity (ditched it after a couple of days).

  5. x3geek

    haha the noob desert made my day (although i do not belong to it)

  6. _Ron

    Funny, using Unbuntu makes you a communist! I knew that was somthing strange going on.

  7. UUUnicorn

    LOLOLOL!

    Hey, no Xubuntu?

    Aww.

  8. Dan

    @UUUnicorn

    It’s there, it’s to the right of the noob desert.

  9. Anonymous

    I suppose there’s no love for the actual UNIX OS or any of the BSD derivatives? Or would those be moons or other planets? Personally, I’m thinking they might be mapped as lost continents or perhaps even arctic poles. But what do I know? I ACTUALLY READ THIS ARTICLE! (I sure wish I could play in “la la land” a little more. Bye!)

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