Netcraft’s ongoing web server survey has found Fedora Core usage growing 122% over the past 6 months, nearly three times the growth rate of any other Linux distribution they surveyed. (Gentoo was second with 45% growth). In absolute numbers, Red Hat remains #1 with Debian as #2. Red Hat itself is dropping slowly, having lost 1.2%. I would assume that those are switching to a mix of Fedora Core, Debian, SuSE and RHEL clones like CentOS or White Box Linux. There’s a nice graph in the article that shows the trend more clearly.
And that’s just web servers.
Tell me again how everyone’s abandoning Fedora Core in the wake of the Red Hat/Fedora split?