Ubuntu wins TUX award

Canonical

on 14 February 2007

Tags: Award

Ubuntu and Kubuntu have been awarded the TUX Magazine Readers Choice Award for 2005

TUX Magazine is aimed at the new Linux user, and currently has over 50,000 registered readers. Firefox and OpenOffice.org also won in their categories, of which there were 14 in total.

“We were amazed by both the quantity and quality of the choices that were available for TUX’s inaugural Readers’ Choice Awards,” commented Carlie Fairchild, SSC Publications’ VP of Marketing and Sales. “Not only are the most popular applications getting ever more, but many new entrants keep arriving to push the market forward by leaps and bounds. It’s clear that desktop Linux has arrived.”

See the press release from TUX Magazine here

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