CRN: Labels for Linux; how channel-friendly is HP?

“To The Editor: You will have heard this a hundred times
already, but please do not refer to Linux as ‘shareware.'”

“Shareware has many negative connotations, such as often being
created in shoddy one-man shops, but the most significant of which
is the unavailability of the source code.”

“Linux has been worked on by thousands of brilliant academics in
its lifetime. It is not a one-man job. Even Linus Torvalds, its
figurehead creator, only wrote 5 percent of the kernel.”