Why GNU+Linux is > GNU/Linux and > just Linux

Posted by AwesomeTux on May 26, 2010 6:42 PM EDT
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"Let's get the obvious out of the way, we advocate for computer software users' freedom. Let's look at it mathematically, 'GNU / Linux' means GNU divided by Linux. How does that make any sense? Let's look at it linguistically, to say "GNU slash Linux" isn't the norm, typically when a word uses a slash the slash is not pronounced..."

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