The release is entitled Nine Out Of Ten Linux Developers Refute Sco's Linux Lawsuit, but since I'm the one who wrote up the survey, I can tell you a bit more, although I am not allowed by Evans to "give away the store". But since I've just written about these particular issues for Computerworld (see next week's issue for the column), I can touch on them here.
KDE was once again the top choice in desktops, beating GNOME for the second survey in a row, although usage of KDE and GNOME are both increasing.
KDevelop and Qt Designer are also a huge hit with developers, with Eclipse being the only development tool that was preferred above them (well, possibly netbeans too, depending on how you look at the data).
But, as I explore in next week's Computerworld column, I was disappointed to see that free beer trumps free speech among developers. I won't go into details, because I shouldn't scoop my own column, but suffice it to say that it all boils down to the same reason Sun chose GNOME, why the available SWT is based on GTK rather than Qt (yes, I know there's an unavailable Qt-SWT), and so on.