Entropy: The Only Danger to GNU/Linux
Jul 26, 2006, 02:15 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dylan Knight Rogers)
"Different words can convey different meanings, sometimes even
in a very drastic manner. The GNU/Linux operating system is a prime
example of how a simple nomenclature-related mistake leads to
several greater issues.
"GNU/Linux, the operating system so many people mistakenly refer
to as simply 'Linux,' embodies not only a technological
advancement, but a powerful software development model. On top of
all this, there lies the philosophy of GNU, a revered project that
has allowed literally millions of computer users to live in a world
of digital freedom..."