You really should have read the link before you posted, my eager friend.
From the W3C browser stats page
January 2007 Linux has 3.6%
Feburary 2007 Linux has 3.5%
March 2007 Linux 3.4%
Yes, I'm afraid that Linux share is actually on the way down according to the figures you've given us here.
But if we visit a site with another site, we see that things are even worse, with Vista having already smacked Linux around the schoolyard several times over. According to these figures, Vista has already overtaken the number of new Intel Macs in use.
Y'know I've just had a thought. You're really a Vista fan aren't you? The poor arguments you present here are really a very clever way of undermining the Linux platform. I mean, why else would you post figures proving that Linux on the desktop is fading away?
You clever covert Windows lover, you ....
How does it feel being proven wrong, Mr. Linux can't break 1% marketshare.
Well when it happens, I'll let you know ...
The w3c browser stats come from the stats from their own servers. All that proves is that a higher proportion of Linux folk visit their site. That's hardly an even statistical spread.
The MarketLink figures come from about 40,000 different locations, not all of which are tech related. So that is already a better spread for any analysis.
But if it makes you sleep better, then let's just sat you're right that and the Linux share is heading South ...
You don't work for Microsoft Marketing do you?
No .. they haven't got anyone who is doing as much for Vista as you are ...