Re: Debian trademark [was: Debian GNU/w32, may ready to be started?]
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Bushnell, BSG) writes:
> Right. So let's be appropriately polite and deferential with the
> FSF's name, and not call something that's based on non-free software
If the Linux-kernel with a GNU userspace should be called GNU/Linux I
don't see why an AIX-kernel whit a GNU userspace shouldn't be called
GNU/AIX or a win32-kernel with a GNU userspace GNU/win32.
Any other name would be inconsisten with the reason for demanding (for
some value of demanding) our Linux-product to be named GNU/Linux.
I think a port to the windows environment is a win for Debian. The
general acceptance people talks about hasn't really happened yet. A
windows port of Debian would really help Debian while the acceptance
continues to happen.
(Well, we can discuss the name of the windows kernel. It's not a
discussion I'm interested in and wether it be w32, win32, or dos it
doesn't change the above argument.)
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