>>You never did answer my question:
>>What percentage of Linux desktop users would you estimate purchase
>>Linux Journal regularly?
> They are too cheap so they read it in Borders while drinking coffee.
OK. So a vanishingly small percentage. Well, that's a little optimistic.
We know there are not an infinite number of Linux desktop users. How
about picking a percentage greater than zero? Would 1 percent work for
you, so we could keep things simple? 0.1 percent? 0.001 percent?
Something even lower?
Quote:>>Here's another one. Wintrolls have often declared that hardly anyone
>>running Linux is running it on the desktop -- that it's primarily being
>>used as a server OS. Given that assumption, what percentage of all
>>Linux users would you estimate are running Linux on the desktop?
> They love that CLI....
OK. Again, a vanishingly small percentage. Be realistic. We can't have
any infinities in our calculation. Please pick a percentage that we
can work with.