One of my favourite podcasts, Linux Unplugged, regularly has community polls for things like different Open Source software and distros to review, try, etc.
It’s a fantastic podcast, and they occasionally have people from the Fedora team on as guests.
Recently when they made a poll for which new distro to use for one of their production servers, OpenSUSE Tumbleweed won by a considerable margin. On the latest episode, it was revealed that a person from the SUSE community was sharing the poll on some internal mailing lists to drum up support. The hosts of Linux Unplugged said that was fair game and said that maybe the folks from Fedora or Ubuntu should have done the same.
I assume there are a lot of us here that use Fedora as a daily driver. I think that Fedora Workstation has had an excellent 2021, particularly with Pipewire/Wireplumber and GNOME 41 being so polished on the latest release.
If you’ve got a minute, consider voting for Fedora as the best Desktop or Server Distro of the year!
The poll is at: http://tuxies.party/
The podcast itself is available in most podcasting apps or at https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/ if you want to see what it’s all about.