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Recordings from the 2006 Associate Member Meeting

by tonyw Contributions Published on Apr 14, 2006 01:50 PM
Thank you to all of our associate members who attended this year's meeting at MIT. We hope you enjoyed the presentations by FSF staff, Board members and free software luminaries.
A short description of each recording is available here.

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April 1, 2006  ||  Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Complete Session
    Bundled archive of all 2006 recordings

Morning Session
    "GPLv3 progress and DRM"
    Dave Turner, GPL Compliance Engineer

    "GNU Project Administration"
    Justin Baugh, Ward Vandewege & Josh Ginsberg, Senior Systems Administrators

    "FSF Campaigns and Resources"
    John Sullivan, Program Administrator

    "GNU Project Legal"
    Jonas Jacobson, Copyright Administrator

    "The message of free software"
    Peter Brown, Executive Director

Afternoon Session
    "The economic impact of increasing use of free software in society"
    Geoffrey Knauth, Board of Directors, FSF


    "Software is never finished"
    Gerald Sussman, Board of Directors, FSF

    "The Hardware Wars and the future of free software"
    Eben Moglen, Board of Directors, FSF


    "GPLv3 and DRM"
    Richard Stallman, President

    "Moving the fight for free software into the mainstream"
    Henri Poole, Board of Directors, FSF

    Summary of Discussion Groups, led by Henri Poole

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