I honestly don't know what the conclusion is. It could be that the voting population really doesn't have much to choose from.
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"The BBC now has the means and the opportunity to make its vast archives available over the Internet, but it faces a major problem: rights. On the podcast, BBC workers point out that the difficulty in making the BBC's massive archive freely available is not primarily technical, but legal."
"Some supporters of open-source software have called on the foundation to use the new agreement to address the Microsoft/Novell deal, such as by restricting Novell's ability to distribute upgrades of key parts of open-source Linux that are covered by GPLv3.
Some people claim that the UNIX learning curve is steep, but at least you only have to climb it once.