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What’s GNU GNU coding standards

Arnold Robbins Issue #16, August 1995 This month’s column takes a brief look at the GNU coding standards, a document that describes how to write and package GNU software. What is it that makes a GNU program a GNU program? What makes GNU software “better” than other (free or non-free) software? The most obvious difference is the GNU General Public ...

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A New Project or a GNU Project?

Mark Bolzern Issue #13, May 1995 How old is Linux? The Linux project was started about four years ago, but the Linux distributions are really far more than four years old. Linux is the product of many years of hard work. Everyone knows that the Linux operating system was created from scratch about four years ago, right? Actually, while the ...

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