Am 22.09.2016 um 19:54 schrieb Francis Gerund via arch-general: > Chris, > Thank you for your interest. Perhaps you may find this helpful: > > http://www.gnu.org/gnu/why-gnu-linux.en.html
No, we don't find this helpful at all. The FSF has no right to forcefully rename what we call our OS. We call it "Arch Linux" because we like that name. We don't call it "Arch GNU/Linux" because that sounds stupid. The GPL explicitly allows us to distribute any software licensed under it freely. There is no clause in the GPL that we have to include the name "GNU" in our name in order to do so. By the FSF's argument, we should call it "Arch freedesktop/GNU/systemd/KDE/GNOME/Linux", but that sounds even worse.
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