Recent blog posts
Progress in developing Gnash, the free software Flash movie player, is happening fast, with the next release planned for April 2007 sometime.
Development of Gnash is being supported by PubSoft and John Gilmore.
The iPhone will be a walled garden.
Does your university require you to use nonfree software to access their network?
When Richard Stallman learned that a compiler architect from ATI would be speaking at MIT, he immediately started organizing a protest against ATI's damaging free software policies.
We held our 2nd International GPLv3 Conference during the 7th International Free Software Forum.
This is a response to an article by John Carroll, addressing his criticisms of the FSF's opposition to Digital Restrictions Management (DRM).
Session title: Strike at the Roots! An Analysis of Mass Surveillance and Ecology
As you might know, Richard travels extensively. Here are some photos from some speeches his given this year: