Mageia makes two years of existence

Mageia, a distribution based on Mandriva Linux and turned two in existence today. The distribution was founded in September 2010 and, unlike Mandriva, its parent district (or would it be me?) Fully developed by the community.


Earlier this year, Mageia became popular for rising to 4th place in Distrowatch. The district uses RPM packages and is easy to install and use out-of-box with good experience for new users. Mageia 2 has already been released and Mageia 3 is currently in alpha development.

Congratulations to the distro and look forward to an increasingly promising future.

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