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Re: gnu vs. xemacs

From: Hadron Quark
Subject: Re: gnu vs. xemacs
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 19:23:27 +0100

Leo <address@hidden> writes:

> * Tim X. (2006-12-29 10:53 +1100) said:
>   ^^^^^^
> [...]
>> Perhaps your right - I guess what got to me was the fact the
>> respondent was able to take the time to correct a common error which
>> nearly everyone is guilty of, but failed to actually address the OPs
>> question in any way. I mean, is he going to correct every post that
>> refers to just Linux rather than GNU/Linux?
> In every emacs-* mailing lists, it has been extremely consistent to
> use Linux and GNU/Linux i.e. Linux means the kernel and GNU/Linux is
> the operating system that contains a Linux kernel.
> Making effort to preserve this consistence should be appreciated.

This is simply not true.

In nearly all but the kernel groups, "Linux" is known or accepted as Gnu/Linux.

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