GNU/Linux is stupid.
+ means and
/ means or
wtf is the / for.
the / is why most people call it linux, because "foo/bar" means "foo or bar" but then, people think foo and bar are the same thing. and linux is easier to pronounce than GNU so people say linux
if you say GNU+Linux, people can see clearly that it's *2* different things side by side, so they're more likely to say GNU as a component of the core operating system that is GNU+Linux
reject /. embrace the +. + is life
@termonoid yeah posix. it still doesn't really make sense, but then by posix logic, it'd be linux/gnu, because linux boots first (at bootloader stage) and then loads the GNU system
@libreleah that's how i see "GNU/Linux" and "GNU+Linux".
IMHO, the best solution is writing as absolute path - /GNU/Linux :D