"Thirty years of proprietary software thinking have conditioned
us to think that marketshare is a critical measure of success, and
so we've convinced ourselves that we have to "win" against Windows
in order to "succeed". But this is simply not true. GNU/Linux can
be a very great success even if it never achieves more than 1% of
the installations in the world. The reason is the difference
between "power" and "freedom"."