On 04/24/2014 07:59 PM, Mark Holmquist wrote:
On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 06:48:28PM +0200, Solal wrote:
Wikipedia have an amoral approach of what is an encyclopedia.
For example, Wikipedia rejects the use of the real name "GNU/Linux" in
articles about this system because GNU/Linux is often called "Linux".

Actually they call the article "Linux" because the system is *commonly*
called Linux, as referred to by WP:COMMONNAME[0]. If you disagree, you
need to come up with citations that show consensus in the broader public
that the system is called GNU/Linux by a broader audience. The archived
talk page on this topic has lots of evidence to support the reverse case.

To be precise, there may be other reasons to use "GNU/Linux" as the title,
e.g. WP:POVNAME or even WP:PRECISE.

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