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by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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Work on a free software GPRS/EDGE stack!

GPRS is a technology used by mobile phones to transmit data. If you have internet access on your cellphone, it's likely that you are using GPRS.

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Microsoft Skype

People who focus on minor issues are greatly exercized about the purchase of Skype by Microsoft.

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Introducing Stuffed Baby Gnu

Help celebrate the newest addition to the GNU menagerie with your very own Stuffed Baby Gnu.

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Good news about the Novell/CPTN deal

Earlier this week the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and German Federal Cartel Office (FCO) announced a joint decision regarding Novell's proposal to sell 882 patents to CPTN Holdings, newly formed by Microsoft, Apple, Oracle, and EMC. The authorities ultimately approved the sale, but with conditions that prevent the companies from using the patents to attack free software.

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Our RSS feeds are now full text

We've recently made a long overdue improvement to fsf.org -- our RSS feeds are now full text.

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