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by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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Interview with MusicBrainz developer Kuno Woudt

We're currently publishing articles from the Fall 2010 issue of the FSF bulletin. Here's an interview I did with Kuno Woudt from MusicBrainz.

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Two new hoodies available in the FSF store

We are excited to bring a much-missed item back to the FSF shop: hooded sweatshirts!

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The Free Game Lag

There is one category of software that many see as being unsustainable as free software: Free video games have lagged behind other areas of free software, and the reasons behind this are fairly simple.

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Introducing Bob Call, FSF campaigns intern

Hello, free software world! My name is Bob Call and I am a campaigns manager intern this summer at the FSF.

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Introducing Jonathan Nadeau, FSF campaigns intern

My name is Jonathan Nadeau and I'm a husband, a father of three, and a blind GNU/Linux user. I'm also the host of three podcasts about free software. I interview project leaders of free software and GNU/Linux distributions. This summer I'm interning with the FSF's campaigns team.

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Introducing the systems team summer intern

Hi! My name is Martin Dluhos and I am very fortunate to have an opportunity to intern with the systems team at the FSF this summer.

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Introducing the Compliance Lab's summer intern

William Theaker recently started working at the FSF as this summer's licensing intern. In this post, he writes about what brought him to free software, and the goals for his internship.

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Are you up to the Tor challenge?

Help anonymous expression online for people around the world.

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Two new projects can help free software replace Skype

GNU Free Call and WebRTC are both building frameworks that stand to make Skype obsolete.

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Behind the scenes of the new GNU mailing list server

The GNU list server is a monster machine serving lists.gnu.org, lists.nongnu.org and a few other domains. Every day, it spools out over 1 million messages for 2700 mailing lists. Until April 11, our venerable list server was an 8-year old Fedora Core 2 (!) box equipped with 6 high-speed SCSI drives organized in two RAID packs to maximize I/O bandwidth. These drives were incessantly cranking every day, as Mailman forwarded incoming posts to thousands of subscribers over a saturated T1 uplink at the FSF headquarters.

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