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I am sure a lot of you know that the Muslim has to say PBUH all the time he mention Allah (God). It means something like "Peace be upon him". I feel like a Muslim, when I have to always use the FSF version of PBUH. To be specific, when I say "free" software I have to say the FSF's PBUH "as defined by RMS" or "respects user's freedom" or "where the users have the freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software" ;). That's why I welcome the fact that more and more people are using "libre" instead of this FSF's PBUH I just mentioned above. 5 years ago people would look at you when mentioning "libre" software like you're a weirdo - except the ES, IT etc. speakers. Nowadays, more and more people are using the term "libre software" when they are talking about the free software (as defined by RMS). More "libre" software, less "free" confusion! submitted by /u/davidika [link] [comments]

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I've been using Linux for years in parallel with OSX. I know all the stuff about the pros/cons of each one but this is a question I've been having for a long time. What's the deal with the bad looking graphics in Linux in general? Mint, Ubuntu, CentOS have advanced in this area a lot but things still remain very low in terms of graphics quality. For example I am trying to find a decent linux todo/task management application. In OSX there is Things or 2Do or Omnifocus which are pretty simple in their design and minimal. Why aren't there any people to create similar things in Linux? Again, this is not a matter of effort because they're simple. I have no intention to harm Linux reputation as I am loving all distros and I wish I had the knowledge to create beautiful looking apps for it. I am just curious If I am missing something or If there's a conspiracy around :D. submitted by /u/verumnosliberat [link] [comments]

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