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DATE 2006-01-26
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Novell Linux Survey: What Software Do You Want on Linux?
Linked by Thom Holwerda on 2006-01-25 21:05:23 UTC, submitted by beandog


Novell is running a survey on which applications people are most
interested in getting ported to Linux. With enough votes, they'll take
the highest ranked ones and present the results to the companies,
hopefully in persuading them to consider that there is a market. You can
read a preliminary report, or take the survey yourself.

Preliminary Report URL
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/16798.html
Novell Survey URL
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/16646.html



The Application People Most Want Ported to Linux Is...
Novell Cool Solutions: Feature
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Posted: 25 Jan 2006


Get excited! The results are starting to come in for the Linux App
Request Survey we first posted at the beginning of January. There are
some really interesting trends that we can see from the results. Let's
take a look at what people are asking for and what countries they are
from:

Top 10 Applications (last 21 days)
Rank Application
1. Quickbooks
2. Autocad
3. Photoshop
4. Itunes
5. Dreamweaver
6. Visio
7. Lotus Notes
8. Quicken
9. Macromedia Studio
10. Act!

Of those top 10 applications, two of them are financial management
packages. Looks like there is quite a demand for that. It looks like
there is a huge interest in the AUTOCAD arena, as well. Something that
is very well worth noting is the demand for multimedia applications.

As well as what is in this data, it's interesting to see what isn't
there, as well. One thing I did notice here was that there were no
requests for any of the fundamentals, such as email clients, instant
messengers, web browsers, and things like that. No one asked for a
filesystem browser or a CD-burning program. In this respect, one could
deduce that Linux has come far enough to satisfy all of those needs. Is
Linux ready for the desktop? Considering these points, one could deduce
that yes, it certainly is. It addresses all of the fundamental needs for
running a basic desktop system.

Next, let's take a look at where these requests are coming from:

Top 10 Countries (last 21 days)
Rank Country
1. United States
2. United Kingdom
3. Germany
4. Canada
5. Australia
6. Czech Republic
7. Netherlands
8. Hungary
9. Sweden
10. India

I checked the numbers, and just under half of the overall requests came
from the United States. About ten percent came from the United Kingdom.
Why could that be? Well, it could be because the survey is in English.
Or, it could be because most of the people who want to switch to Linux
live in those countries.

However, it's also cool to see that we are getting requests from
far-away places like New Zealand, Romania, Malaysia, Bulgaria,
Luxembourg, and Singapore. Most excellent.

Guys, if we want to make a big enough impact for change to actually take
place, we need to get many more people helping with this study. If you
know anyone who uses Windows (which is a lot of people), please send
them a link to this survey. Every single vote counts. If we want to
actually convince Intuit to make QuickBooks and Quicken for Linux, we
have to get their attention. The same goes with all the other
applications listed here.

How can you help?

In your forum posts, include links to the survey
Send a link via email to contacts in your address book
Send links via instant messenger
Send a link to your system administrator
Petition webmasters of computer-related sites to put a link to the
survey on their site
There are many, many ways to spread the word. Be creative.

Also, I think a nice attention-getter for the survey would be to get it
slashdotted. Generally, I give about 75 points for a great article. If
someone can get the survey on Slashdot, I will give you 250 points. As
you all know, we have some incredible stuff for which you can redeem
your points.

I am very excited about the positive impact that we can make on the
Linux movement. Let's get everyone we know, get out, make some noise,
and be heard!


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Novell Linux Survey: What Software Do You Want on Linux?
Linked by Thom Holwerda on 2006-01-25 21:05:23 UTC, submitted by beandog


Novell is running a survey on which applications people are most
interested in getting ported to Linux. With enough votes, they'll take
the highest ranked ones and present the results to the companies,
hopefully in persuading them to consider that there is a market. You can
read a preliminary report, or take the survey yourself.

Preliminary Report URL
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/16798.html
Novell Survey URL
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/16646.html



The Application People Most Want Ported to Linux Is...
Novell Cool Solutions: Feature
By Scott M. Morris
Rate This Page

Reader Rating from 0 ratings

Printer Friendly
tell a friend
Posted: 25 Jan 2006


Get excited! The results are starting to come in for the Linux App
Request Survey we first posted at the beginning of January. There are
some really interesting trends that we can see from the results. Let's
take a look at what people are asking for and what countries they are
from:

Top 10 Applications (last 21 days)
Rank Application
1. Quickbooks
2. Autocad
3. Photoshop
4. Itunes
5. Dreamweaver
6. Visio
7. Lotus Notes
8. Quicken
9. Macromedia Studio
10. Act!

Of those top 10 applications, two of them are financial management
packages. Looks like there is quite a demand for that. It looks like
there is a huge interest in the AUTOCAD arena, as well. Something that
is very well worth noting is the demand for multimedia applications.

As well as what is in this data, it's interesting to see what isn't
there, as well. One thing I did notice here was that there were no
requests for any of the fundamentals, such as email clients, instant
messengers, web browsers, and things like that. No one asked for a
filesystem browser or a CD-burning program. In this respect, one could
deduce that Linux has come far enough to satisfy all of those needs. Is
Linux ready for the desktop? Considering these points, one could deduce
that yes, it certainly is. It addresses all of the fundamental needs for
running a basic desktop system.

Next, let's take a look at where these requests are coming from:

Top 10 Countries (last 21 days)
Rank Country
1. United States
2. United Kingdom
3. Germany
4. Canada
5. Australia
6. Czech Republic
7. Netherlands
8. Hungary
9. Sweden
10. India

I checked the numbers, and just under half of the overall requests came
from the United States. About ten percent came from the United Kingdom.
Why could that be? Well, it could be because the survey is in English.
Or, it could be because most of the people who want to switch to Linux
live in those countries.

However, it's also cool to see that we are getting requests from
far-away places like New Zealand, Romania, Malaysia, Bulgaria,
Luxembourg, and Singapore. Most excellent.

Guys, if we want to make a big enough impact for change to actually take
place, we need to get many more people helping with this study. If you
know anyone who uses Windows (which is a lot of people), please send
them a link to this survey. Every single vote counts. If we want to
actually convince Intuit to make QuickBooks and Quicken for Linux, we
have to get their attention. The same goes with all the other
applications listed here.

How can you help?

In your forum posts, include links to the survey
Send a link via email to contacts in your address book
Send links via instant messenger
Send a link to your system administrator
Petition webmasters of computer-related sites to put a link to the
survey on their site
There are many, many ways to spread the word. Be creative.

Also, I think a nice attention-getter for the survey would be to get it
slashdotted. Generally, I give about 75 points for a great article. If
someone can get the survey on Slashdot, I will give you 250 points. As
you all know, we have some incredible stuff for which you can redeem
your points.

I am very excited about the positive impact that we can make on the
Linux movement. Let's get everyone we know, get out, make some noise,
and be heard!


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