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Yes, The name matters. It will always remind us how and why everything started. Use the term GNU/Linux instead of "Linux" .

@redstarfish yes, it is right and I agree with that. Also, I know the quotation you quoted, that I honestly love. Thanks for sharing.

@redstarfish I can appreciate this. I last used Ubuntu in 2008 and have been out of the community since. It is nice to learn of the history of GNU/Linux. Any word on incorporating this kind of language in URLs?

@Caleb
I don't completely understand your question but if you mean to read the phylosophy here's the link: gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.

Also that screenshot is taken from the book, "Free Software, Free Society: 3rd Edition" by Richard Stallman, which you can read for free.
You can also visit,

gnu.org
fsf.org
stallman.org

Where you can read more about these.

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