Anyone read the Stallman piece that was posted on lxer.com tonight? It's here:
This guy is so dead-on when he speaks at universities. I don't often agree with some of the things he says on his website, perhaps as much as 30 to 40% of it, but I agree with most of what he says in the article above.
However, I really doubt many will start saying "GNU/Linux" in place of "Linux" when speaking in the workplace. It's just too ingrained.
I also love that day when he went to Tunisia to meet with the UN and he found he was forced to wear an RFID chip on his badge. He really wanted to speak there, but protested this and could not defeat it. Therefore, he walked around in a tinfoil hat, using it as a political example. I found that quite funny. I wish I had been there. I would have bust up laughing and then I would have agreed with him. (Reminds me of a tech conference I went to that had an air conditioning problem -- it was too cold. A funny guy (funny to me -- he was actually deadly serious) walked around wrapped up in his hotel blanket to make a point. Man, did that get some stares.