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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Don't call it Linux! And other things that tick off Stallman

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Don't call it Linux! And other things that tick off Richard Stallman
Recently, Richard Stallman, the creator of Emacs, the GNU project, and founder of the free software movement, said that OS X and Windows were malware. Of course, aside from being known as one of the greatest living programmers, Stallman is also known for not being shy about sharing his opinion on things he feels strongly about. While his criticisms may lack the sting (and brevity) of those that Linus Torvalds will regularly launch at things he doesn't like, there's no denying that Stallman's stances are heartfelt, well thought-out, and consistent with his stated philosophies. Use the arrows above to read about 10 things that have drawn Richard Stallman's ire over the years - and still do.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


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