[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: Is the debian-doc kfreeBSD-ready?

On 11/04/12 19:16, Robert Millan wrote:
> El 11 d’abril de 2012 14:26, Nicolas Barbier
> <nicolas.barbier@gmail.com> ha escrit:
>> What about using “kernel of FreeBSD” and indicating that the
>> abbreviation for that is “kFreeBSD”? E.g.:
>> “Debian can use either Linux or the kernel of FreeBSD (called
>> kFreeBSD) at its core”
> I agree.  However, the "called" makes it look like we're an
> authoritative source (and officially, the kernel of FreeBSD doesn't
> have a name of its own).

Or... maybe just skip the bracketed part, because the term is already
introduced in the second half of the (rather long) sentence:

"Debian can use the kernel of either Linux or FreeBSD at its core, but
most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project;  hence the names
Debian GNU/Linux or Debian GNU/kFreeBSD."

Steven Chamberlain

Reply to: