Yavor Doganov <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 07:35:23 -0600, Wesley J. Landaker wrote: >> That and--it will make most of us cringle--when other kernels are popular, >> you'll hear lots of stuff like: > The reason for calling it GNU (ok, GNU/Linux as the the other ports are > not yet in a releasable state) is to enable people to find out how > everything started and read www.gnu.org, understand the reasons, and > eventually agree with them and why not, start to contribute and spread the > freedom. This is more or less valid, but please think of the context - in this case, people should find the way to the *Debian* homepage and find out about Debian. Especially since there are some problems between Debian and the FSF that are still not resolved. That's why I don't care if we call our distribution Debian Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, Debian GNU or Debian GNU/kFreeBSD (I mean, we provide the usual GNU userland for it, right?) Marc -- BOFH #409: The vulcan-death-grip ping has been applied.
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