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View Poll Results: Mobile Distribution of the Year
Distribution: Fedora (workstations), CentOS (servers), Arch, Mint, Ubuntu, and a few more.
MeeGo seems to be reviving with Jolla and the community effort. Tizen and webOS (open) are yet to perform in the consumer market. Maemo didn't see much action this year. Next year there's going to be FirefoxOS arrival too. Android eco system is now the juggernaut. However for their outstanding work and and for providing the best pure android distribution, I voted Cyanogen.
Crazy: there's no Mer on this list even though it is the successor of both Meego and Maemo (which itself was superceded by Meego) is used by Jolla's Sailfish, KDE's Plasma Active, Nemo and many more. Tizen is there, though? Ah well ... maybe next year.