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 <p>
-<b>Tel Aviv, Israel:</b> Ubuntu, a popular Linux distribution has set up
-<a href="https://launchpad.net/bugs/1">Bug No. 1 titled "Microsoft has
-a majority market share"</a> which proved to be a good publicity stunt and a 
-focus of active (and often tangential) disucssion. However, now it seems that
-Ubuntu are not alone in this, as other Open source distributions have
-set up similar No. 1 bugs.
+<b>Tel Aviv, Israel:</b> "Ubuntu can't have all the fun only for itself", 
+open source distributors are saying as they rush to copy its
+<a href="https://launchpad.net/bugs/1">Bug No. 1</a> titled "Microsoft has
+a majority market share". 
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 <p>
-Debian, Ubuntu's parent distribution have set up 
-<a href="http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=1">Debian Bug No.
-1</a> which also reads "Microsoft has a majority market share". Mandriva, 
-a another competing distribution has set up 
+Debian, Ubuntu's parent distribution, has set up 
+<b>Debian Bug No. 1</b> which also reads "Microsoft has a majority market 
+share". Mandriva, 
+another competing distribution has set up 
 <a href="https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1">Mandriva 
 Bug No. 1: "Microsoft has a majority market share and Ubuntu has a majority
 market share on the Linux desktop"</a>. Fedora, Gentoo, Archlinux, Slackware
 and other distributions are expected to follow suit.
 </p>
 
+<div class="thumb">
+<img src="mdv-bug-1.png" alt="Mandriva Bug No. 1 Thumbnail" />
+<p>
+Mandriva's Bug No. 1.
+</p>
+</div>
+
 <p>
 In the meanwhile, Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) have decided that they won't
 stay out of the game, and have unveiled their brand new web-based bug-trackers,
 fight it".
 </p>
 
+
+<div class="thumb">
+<img src="youtube-dl-bug-1.png" alt="youtube-dl's Bug No. 1 Thumbnail" />
+<p>
+youtube-dl's Bug No. 1.
+</p>
+</div>
+
+<p>
+Ubuntu's Bug No.1 proved to be a good publicity stunt for Ubuntu and a 
+focus of active (and often tangential) disucssion. However, now it seems that
+Ubuntu are not alone in this, and it remains to be seen how their competitors
+will benefit from copying it.
+</p>
+
 <p>
 Ubuntu's former CEO Mark Shuttleworth is pleased with the ongoing popularity
 of the "bug No. 1" meme. "We believe that Ubuntu's bug No. 1 was the key