I'd probably be pulled from upstream and remain compatible.
Anyways a study on why people started using linux would be interesting I bet many people do because of its cost :)
So combine zero cost, ease of use and install, and applications to make what they want, thats the point of cross-platform development, so people can test applications on there OS of choice, and later they can opt to switch OS with the confident of still having their apps :)
Ok. How many people do you know? 10? 100? Let's say 100 to be generous. How many people there are in total who use Linux? Millions. Maybe over a hundred million. So why do you think you can extrapolate from "most people I know" to "majority of all people"?Quote:
Most people I know have started using linux because of it been free.
What is "the youngster community"?Quote:
On the youngster community it wasn't taken seriously because of it's lack in gaming support, but that have started to change with steam.