@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?
Also that screenshot is taken from the book, "Free Software, Free Society: 3rd Edition" by Richard Stallman, which you can read for free.
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Yeah sure there are non GNU systems that use Linux, the kernel. Even then I'd not call them "Linux system" but call them what their programmers choose like "Alpine Linux" and "Android".
Linux, the kernel is just another piece of software in POSIX complient system like many more other important components.
The request is mainly for people who are using GNU systems with Linux, the kernel to call it "GNU/Linux" so everyone get appropriate credit.
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