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Event Octet Stream 13th Libre Software Meeting
by Jeanne Rasata published May 30, 2012 — filed under:
Geneva, Switzerland - Uni-Mail, Plain Palais
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Event 2005 Associate Member Meeting
by Matt Lee published Feb 08, 2005 last modified Feb 12, 2005 05:13 PM — filed under:
All FSF associate members are welcome to join FSF leadership and staff for a day of presentations and conversation.
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Event 2008 Members Meeting: "Tackling the Big Issues"
by Matt Lee published Mar 05, 2008 last modified Mar 14, 2008 02:21 PM — filed under:
Location: MIT, Building 6-120, Cambridge, MA.
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Event chemical/x-pdb FSF Compliance Lab IRC Meeting for October
by Matt Lee published Oct 18, 2007 last modified Oct 18, 2007 04:58 PM — filed under:
The FSF Compliance Lab will hold a Q&A about all GNU licenses.
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Event FSF Members Meeting 2007: "Year of the Upgrade"
by Matt Lee published Mar 14, 2007 last modified Mar 14, 2007 11:48 AM — filed under:
This year's meeting will focus on the practical efforts underway to increase free software adoption and strengthen the free software movement. With the theme "Year of the upgrade", we will discuss the FSF campaigns and projects, and elicit a conversation with members about where we need to focus our efforts. Eben Moglen will set out a vision for the future with his speech “After GPLv3”, and a panel of FSF board members will lead an interactive discussion on the work of the FSF. Following on from the success of last years members forum, we have invited a few distinguished members to speak and discuss their work, and this year we welcome Mako Hill to talk about his work “Defining free culture”.
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GNU GPLv3 Launch
by Matt Lee published Jun 27, 2007 last modified Jun 29, 2007 10:03 AM — filed under:
On Friday, June 29, at 12 noon (EDT), the Free Software Foundation will officially release the GNU GPL version 3. Please, join us in celebration as we bring to a close eighteen months of public outreach and comment in revision of the world's most popular free software license. Beyond the creation of an improved license, the process of drafting version 3 has helped highlight vital issues for the community of free software users. This is a moment to thank both the thousands who participated by commenting on the license and those who represented stakeholders through the GPLv3 committee process. Now, with the release of GPLv3, we will see new defenses extended to free software. These defenses will continue the long history of fighting all efforts to make free software proprietary. Please, join us as we stream live footage of Richard Stallman announcing GPLv3 from Noon (EDT) at www.fsf.org. If you are in the Boston area you can also join us at the FSF offices from 11:30am. Please let us know at <info@fsf.org> if you would like to attend. -- Peter T. Brown Executive Director Free Software Foundation 51 Franklin St. 5th Floor Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
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GNU Hackers Meeting
by Jeanne Rasata published Apr 05, 2011 last modified Apr 05, 2011 02:39 PM — filed under:
Paris, France - 23, avenue d'Italie, 75013 Paris
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Event GNU Hackers Meeting 2013
by Jeanne Rasata published Jun 26, 2013 — filed under:
Paris, France - IRILL, 23, avenue d'Italie, 75013 Paris
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GNU Hackers' Meeting
by Jeanne Rasata published Apr 16, 2010 last modified Jun 30, 2010 03:27 PM — filed under:
Theme: Free Secure Networking and Decentralized Applications. This is a technical meeting; all GNU contributors are welcome.
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GPL and Free Software Licensing Seminars
by Matt Lee published Jul 20, 2004 last modified Jul 20, 2004 03:43 PM — filed under:
FSF is leading two day-long seminars on the GPL and Free Software licensing. The courses will be taught by Daniel Ravicher, Senior Counsel to FSF and Executive Director of the Public Patent Foundation; and Bradley Kuhn, FSF's Executive Director.
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