>I think the GNU/ prefix, based on just 8% code contribution, has become largely moot by today.
Hmm, if anything I'd say it's *more* relevant today, thanks to the existance of viable *non-GNU* Linuxes, with Android being the most prominent example.
(There was something else I was reading about a week or two back where I was like 'Stop calling it GNU/Linux! There's no GNU in it'. Can't think what it was though. Maybe it was Android-based after all.)