FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

Marc G. Fournier scrappy at
Fri Sep 8 20:22:58 PDT 2006

On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Matthew Seaman wrote:

> Dan Langille wrote:
>> On 8 Sep 2006 at 22:02, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>>> Check out ... Republic of Korea is about to push
>>> the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting
>>> from there ... DragonFly is first, then NetBSD and then OpenBSD ...
>>> Are there *really* no Korean FreeBSD hosts out there ... ?
>> Correct. There are no Korean FreeBSD hosts out there... that have
>> signed up.
>> I have about 8 or 10 boxes, I've signed up only one.  No particular
>> reason.
> Reported hosts for China and India are following the same pattern.  About
> equal numbers of Open/Net/DFly and very few Free.  Either there's some
> fairly large scale project in those countries using hundreds of those
> systems, or someone is playing games.  It would be interesting to see the
> reported devices for those machines, if any.

Oh, and I did check CN (China, I hope?) and they show similar trends, but 
not the same releases / architectures / counts ...

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