Re: Is there GNU/Linux distribution which includes always latest gnome 3

I agree about the term of GNU/Linux, but the problem is I can't
change the name of an exist distribution.

This mean, there is an ArchLinux system, which is a GNU/Linux
system, not only Linux system, but the name is still ArchLinux.

To say "the ArchLinux distribution, GNU/Linux system" is too long
for me, so I say only "the ArchLinux distribution".

Yosef Or Boczko

בתאריך ד', אפר 2, 2014 בשעה 12:52 AM, Richard Stallman <rms gnu org> כתב:
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Arch is a variant of the GNU/Linux system, so please let's not call it
"Arch Linux".  Calling the whole system "Linux" is, in effect, giving
Torvalds credit for our work, so we get no credit for it.

See and, plus the history in

Since Arch is a version of GNU/Linux, the right term is Arch GNU/Linux.

If we mention it, what can we say about it?  It is not a free system,
so if we mention it, we should not present it as exemplary.

See for more explanation
about this issue.

Dr Richard Stallman
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