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The Danger of Software Patents
by Matt Lee published Feb 22, 2006 last modified Mar 07, 2006 12:01 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will speak for developers, political activists and artists on the dangers of software patents. The speech will be in English and the public is welcome to attend. There is no charge for the event. It will take place at the "Novinarski dom", Large Conference Room, Perkovceva 2, Zagreb, Craotia.
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Event HTML Free Software and the GNU/Linux Operating System
by Matt Lee published Feb 22, 2006 last modified Feb 22, 2006 04:17 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will be speaking at the International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) conference in San Sebastian, Basque Country. He will be speaking in front of a largely academic crowd in the La Concha room of the Hotel NH-ARANZAZU. The speech will be given in English and registration is required to attend. The address of the event is: Hotel NH-ARANAZAU, Street Victoria-Gasteiz No. 1, San Sebastian 2018, Euskadi (Basque Country)
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Software Libre en la Etica y la Practica
by Matt Lee published Feb 21, 2006 last modified Feb 22, 2006 04:18 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will be speaking in Spain for a group of teachers. The event will be given in Spanish and is free and open to public. If you would like to attend, please send an email to iespuigcastellar@xtec.net to confirm attendance. The address of the event is: IES Puig Castellar, Avinguda Anselm de Riu, 10, 08924, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, SPAIN
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Event HTML Richard Stallman on What's GNU?: Software and your freedom
by Matt Lee published Jan 03, 2006 last modified Jan 03, 2006 11:31 AM — filed under:
The GNU Operating System (sometimes mistakenly called Linux) was developed so people can use computers and keep their freedom. This nontechnical talk explains the ethical and social issues of free software. This event is being hosted by Gnubies and LXNY. There is no charge and it is open to the public. The ending time here is a guess. Subway: Eighth Street stop on the N, R, sometimes W, lines; Astor Place on the 6 line; Third Avenue on the crosstown L line; Lower EastSide-Second Avenue-Houston Street on the F, V lines. Note that some of these lines may not be running right.
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Richard Stallman on the Alex Jones Show
by Matt Lee published Dec 05, 2005 last modified Dec 05, 2005 06:29 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will will be a guest on the Alex Jones radio show. The topics of the discussion may vary, but Stallman will most likely talk about a recent RFID protest or about the free software movement in general. To find a station where you can hear the show, please visit the event website "Prison Planet".
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Free Software in Ethics and in Practice
by Matt Lee published Oct 12, 2005 last modified Oct 13, 2005 01:38 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will speak for an audience of faculty, students and community members of Brown University. There is no charge for the event. The speech is in the Motorola room of the CIT Building. Department of Computer Science Brown University, 115 Waterman Street, 4th Floor, Providence, RI 02912
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Event HTML Free Software, Copyleft and Copyright --- and why you shouldn't call it "intellectual property"
by Matt Lee published Oct 05, 2005 last modified Oct 06, 2005 02:37 PM — filed under:
Richard will be speaking at the School of Law at Boston University regarding the copyleft and copyright movements. BU Law School: 765 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA The above address is actually a plaza in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Walk through the Plaza (toward the river), going through the archways and down a few steps: the very tall building to the left is the Law Tower, and the law school auditorium is in the attached short building next to it. By MBTA (the "T" subway system): Take the "B" Green Line (towards Boston College) to the BU Central T stop. This lets you off immediately in front of the MLK Jr. Plaza.
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Free Software in Ethics and in Practice
by Matt Lee published Oct 03, 2005 last modified Oct 17, 2005 03:08 PM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will speak for an audience of faculty, students and community members of Williams College in Williamstown, MA. Stallman will be visiting Wiliams College under a program called the Class of 60s Scholar Program. This is the first part of a two-day speaking engagement. Exact location of speech: Thompson Chemistry Laboratory Room 123 (also known as Wege Auditorium) Williams College (47 Lab Campus Drive, Williamstown, MA) <http://www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/> Sector E on map contains Thompson Chemistry
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The Danger of Software Patents
by Matt Lee published Oct 03, 2005 last modified Oct 06, 2005 02:14 PM — filed under:
Speaking for the second time in two days at Williams College, Richard Stallman will talk about the Danger of Software Patents. Exact location of speech: Thompson Chemistry Laboratory Room 123 (also known as Wege Auditorium) Williams College (47 Lab Campus Drive, Williamstown, MA) <http://www.williams.edu/home/campusmap/> Sector E on map contains Thompson Chemistry
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Copyright vs. Community
by Matt Lee published Jul 18, 2005 last modified Aug 01, 2005 10:49 AM — filed under:
Richard Stallman will be speaking on "Copyright vs. Community" at the first international Wikimedia Conference (Wikimania 2005) in Frankfurt, Germany. The public is welcomed to attend, but registration is required on the Wikimania website. The three-day conference pass is 50 Euros and a one-day pass is 20 Euros. There is no special charge for the Stallman speech. The speech will be in English with simulataneous translations into Spanish and Italian.
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