I've watched this talk and his previous talks before, and the guy always makes really good points. However, he is not discouraging people from using Linux, but only merely pointing out current major issues that it faces, which is a very important thing to do. We cannot close our eyes to the problems of Linux.
yeah and it's great at it. That's why I love his talks, the guy appeases flaming people of either side "linux sucks" is obviously a trollbait for linux fundamentalists, and to windows diehards that want to add kindle to the flame. That's the reason I'm posting it as a linked reply from the other thread
Lunduke is full of crap, 90% of what he says is inaccurate and he uses statistics that he knows are inaccurate to push a weird agenda of "appearing to be funny". He then negates everything he says by finishing the video saying that everything that sucks about Linux is why it is great. It makes no sense at all.
For example he talks about how Elementary jumps so quick...it didn't actually jump that all that quick and he failed to point out the Elementary is 90% Ubuntu and only 10% actual ElementaryOS stuff, all they do is make stuff look pretty.
He also says that Fedora went from the king, in 2002, down to almost nothing but that is ignoring the fact that Ubuntu didn't even exist in 2002 and of course the more saturated a market becomes the more spread out the data will become.