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by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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Defective by Design and upcoming work

This summer, Danny Piccirillo and Steven DuBois are the campaigns interns at the FSF. In this, their second video in an ongoing collection, they talk about the newly launched working together for free software campaign.

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Defending against laws which threaten user freedom

As our mission here at the Free Software Foundation is to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all free software users, we also have to defend against ill-conceived and misguided laws. Many of you may already be aware of an international trade agreement being negotiated by the G8 nations called ACTA, but another law known as the Digital Economy Act is of concern, specifically to citizens of the UK.

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Where we're going: Working together for Free Software

By working together for free software in a focused movement, we can do much more than the sum of our individual or project efforts.

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GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry (June 2010)

This month we welcome Delyan Raychev as the new maintainer of GNU Oleo, and Luis Strano Moraes as the new maintainer of GNU Shogi.

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Working together for free software

This summer, Danny Piccirillo and Steven DuBois are the campaigns interns at the FSF. In this, their second video in an ongoing collection, they talk about the newly launched working together for free software campaign.

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Software patents after Bilski

Bilski gave us a wonderful opportunity to increase awareness to the harm caused by software patents. More scholars, more developers, more journalists, more politicians, and more patent attorneys than ever before have heard from our community on this issue. What's next?

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Bilski party come what may

FSF welcomes Supreme Court watchers to a post Bilski party

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Introducing the campaigns interns...

This summer, we have Steven DuBois and Danny 彭裕洪 Piccirillo as our campaigns interns. In this, the first in a series of video blogs, they introduce themselves and some of the things they'll be working on over the summer.

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GNU social: next steps

Yesterday evening, a group of core GNU social developers had the opportunity to meet with Blaine Cook, of OAuth fame. In the midst of figuring out the plan for moving ahead with GNU social, Blaine was able to provide the group with a tremendous amount of insight into useful approaches for controlling privacy in distributed social networks.

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FSF to host GNU social architecture meeting

Tomorrow at its Boston offices the Free Software Foundation will host the first in a series of GNU social architecture meetings. Confirmed attendees include several GNU social developers, OAuth developer Blaine Cook and Evan Prodromou from StatusNet.

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