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Windows: Not as easy as you think
Ownership of Linux Trademark Resolved
This links to the legal proceedings regarding the Linux
trademark that had been held by one "Della Croce." The
matter was settled out of court; Linus Torvalds is now the holder of
the trademark to Linux.
Linux Trademark Dispute
Linux Today: Korean
Linux Users Outraged by "Linux" Trademark Claim
It appears that a similar situation has arisen in Korea, where someone
is claiming rights to the "Linux trademark" in that
linuxcounter.net -Linux user counter
If it quacks, stick a penguin on it...
More Penguin Graphics
A Canadian Linux Penguin
Linux 2.0 Penguins
A checklist of things to do/not do so as to
avoid starting or spreading flame wars.
The principles work fairly widely for nearly any system; it is not particularly "Linux-specific..."
Chris Browne's "Distributed Linux Development"
ZDNet Story:Could You Get Fired for Choosing Linux?
Free Open Source Journal
Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter
osi++ - OS counter on the web
Humorix: All Linux Humor
for the Masses and Other Popular Myths
This is an article in the vein of Linux should be
hard to install and use so that only "true hackers" are able to use
it, otherwise it will become worthless like Windoze...
There are valid points, but I basically disagree with the article...
Linux Logos Including architecture-specific variations...
Proposed Final Solution To GNU/Linux problem
I have a solution to the problem of "Linux" vs. "GNU/Linux"
that occasionally crops up here. It is inspired by this observation
from Jonas Oberg, in an essay on slashdot.
Some people argue that XFree86 should be given as much credit
as the GNU system. Those people do not understand that by calling my
system a GNU/Linux system, I give credit not only to the GNU project
but also to XFree86. Why? Because the XFree86 has been adopted by the
GNU project for use in the GNU system, as has Lynx been which I use
almost daily. So by calling it a GNU/Linux system I give credit to
every program which are part of--or has been adopted by--the GNU project.
|-- Jonas Oberg || |
If Linus and Alan Cox and the other people who deserve to be
mentioned in the same sentence as Linus and Alan but whose names I
can't recall at the moment would simply declare that the Linux project
has adopted the GNU project for use with the Linux kernel, then
calling the system Linux will automatically give the GNU system
credit, just like calling something GNU automatically credits XFree86.
|-- Tim Smith || |
Linux Riot Story
This was one of the better of 1999's attempts at April Fools humour.
Computer: Interview with Ken Thompson, May 1999
With some complaints of nonrobustness of Linux on non-IA-32
The Anti-Linux-IPO Howto
Linux Advocacy mini-HOWTO
SCOstatements on Linux - Latest Round of Linux Bashing
Li*ux Lies (purported...)
It's Not Microsoft
New Systems and Software Offer Choices for Lawyers Seeking
Reliable, Low-Cost Computing - Article by NTLUG member in April Texas
BBspot - Number of
Linux Distributions Surpasses Number of Users
HOWTO Encourage Women in Linux
Recipe for a
Successful Linux User Group
Does Linux really want Windows users?