"With each passing month, I find one article after another
claiming to have the magic formula needed for desktop Linux to see
significant gains. But to me, this feels a lot like putting the
carriage before the horse.
"Those with a vested interest in desktop Linux adoption are
trying to sell something that still has critical challenges
overcome first. Desktop Linux is ready for everyday use, but there
are areas that must to be addressed first before seeking any sort
of massive mainstream adoption of this in comparison to OS X or
Windows. This is a fact backed by bug reports that leave many
existing users without any recourse other than to deal with the
issues at hand in frustration..."