BBC Claims only 400-600 Linux users access BBC

“Ashley Highfield, BBC head of technology, claims that only 400 to 600 users are Linux users.” Tech.co.uk

If you use linux and access BBC online then sign this petition to give the BBC a sense of the real numbers of people using linux. Linux is treated second rate by the BBC, with linux users having to wait until Christmas to use the new BBC online content via iplayer.

Sign the Petition – More than 400 UK Linux users read the BBC sites

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2 Responses to BBC Claims only 400-600 Linux users access BBC

  1. Graham White says:

    One word…. bollocks!!! (excuse me!)

  2. Ashley has now posted about these figures:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2007/11/linux_figures_1.html

    (I am the Editor of the above blog).

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