"That time of the year again. Unlike the last time, where I
created a number of important categories, like security, usability,
support, stability, and others, and then examined how each of the
selected Linux distributions fared in each, this time, I'll use a
different scoring method.
"For 2010, we will use brand new criteria. Rather than limiting
ourselves to a small number of nominees, we will go wild with the
range of distribution, and then take a look at their relative
impact throughout 2010. For example, the best performing
distribution in terms of good looks. Or the distribution with
highest number of good changes or fewest security bugs. As always,
this will be entirely subjective, so don't get pissed off after
reading the article. If you find the end result unsatisfactory,
write something and post a response of your own."