Re: GNU within the name
>>>>> "Erik" == Erik Steffl <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Erik> Momchil Velikov wrote:
>>>>>>> "Erik" == Erik Steffl <email@example.com> writes:
Erik> I know that ms doesn't distribute gnu utils
>> FWIW, they do. GCC and GDB at least.
Erik> just to clarify: at the same time, if debian is called
Erik> gnu/linux system because debian developers decided that it should
Erik> be called that then that's it, I don't object to that.
>> Yes. What's wrong in _convincing_ others to do the similar thing ?
>> Just like debian were convinvced ?
Erik> same thing as convincing other to be/(not)use/(not)believe/etc XXX
Erik> (where XXX is personal choice). specially in a zealous way (THAT's
Erik> the RIGHT path)
What's this ``same thing'' ? I fail to see anything wrong in the
process of convincing anybody to anything.
Erik> I thought I already explained it - everybody should be able to name
Erik> the project whatever they please, without one or another author of
Erik> used software demanding anything beyond GPL (talkig about GPL-ed
Nobody argues with this. But you seem to think that somebody's
right to name something invalidates my right to attempt to influence
the naming decision.