LiCo - The New LinuxCounter Project - Get counted as a linux user and register your linux boxes

The New LinuxCounter Project was created in order to revive and replace the good old linux counter project on counter.li.org.
Since January 11, 2012 counter.li.org redirects directly to linuxcounter.net and thus, linuxcounter.net is the only and main real linux counter with the greatest userbase.

The original Linux Counter was run by a nonprofit membership organization called the Linux Counter Project. This organization was created on May 1, 1999, taking over the running of the counter from Harald Tveit Alvestrand, who has been running the project since 1993. Harald Alvestrand is chief executive officer of the organization.

It was started as a "for fun" project to find out how many Linux users there are worldwide. The basic idea is for people to register themselves as being a Linux user. Of course, this way you won't get all Linux users counted as not every Linux user will register himself at the Linux Counter site. Thus, the only way to "know" the number of Linux users worldwide, is to make a guess, preferably a not-too-wild guess of the number of Linux users. Not making wild guesses there is only one way to go: statistics. And so, there we are.

Also see this wikipedia article for information about the Linux Counter Project. On the 10th of september in 2011, we also were "slashdotted". See this article here.

LinuxCounter.net
At 20/10/2014 09:10pm, there are 122,308 users and 101,349 machines registered.
My guess at the number of Linux users:
World population:
Internet users:

LinuxCounter.net - Number of online users per hour last 7 days   LinuxCounter.net - Number of online users per day last 12 months LinuxCounter.net - Overall users and machines since 1991   LinuxCounter.net - Registrations per month
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