> Discussion on keeping the title "Irish Linux User Group". I may be just
> emotional, but RMS did sorta make me feel guilty for referring to "Linux"
> all these years, when it was the GNU part that was really important. Also,
> there is the fact that we are also (and could do more to try to be) a
> forum for FreeBSD, HURD, OpenBSD etc. based OSes also. There is no point
> in having a "Debian GNU HURD User Group" etc. I was thinking of something
> like the "Irish GNU & Linux User Group", seeing as IGLUG isn't too hard to
> pronounce...but BSD isn't GNU, or Linux. All very confusing.
What about Irish Open Source User Group ?
[ Maybe the order would have to be change as the abbr.. IOSUG could
be mispronounced badly if the "O" is silent :-]
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