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

That logic, if followed to its end, means Fedora is giving no credit to GNU or Linux. If a high-level application needed to cite all its components in its name, that could be inconvenient.

I wouldn't call ArchLinux's name an error personally but hey :)

On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 10:02 PM, Richard Stallman <rms gnu org> wrote:
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    This mean, there is an ArchLinux system, which is a GNU/Linux
    system, not only Linux system, but the name is still ArchLinux.

Their distro is a version of the GNU/Linux system.  By calling their
distro "ArchLinux", they are (in effect) changing the name of our
system, calling it "Linux".

So they have no right to complain if we correct their error
and call their distro "Arch GNU/Linux".

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