On Wed, Jan 22, 2003 at 04:59:37AM -0500, Richard Stallman wrote:
> What is discussed here is the operating system (narrow sense, i.e.,
> kernel only) called Linux, on which you have no claim whatsoever.
> We all agree that the proper name for the kernel is "Linux."
> The disagreement is about the name for the complete system
> that people use on desktops and servers.
Good. So go fight with RedHat, Debian, and all the other distros to ensure
that they give you whatever credit you want.
P.S. Please honour my request for you to include the names of the people
you are quoting in emails. It is a disrespectful act to purposefully
remove credit for quotes. For somebody arguing about credit, it seems
a little contradictory...
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