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by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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Protest against ATI nearly led to the arrest of RMS

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.

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2nd International GPLv3 Conference concludes

We held our 2nd International GPLv3 Conference during the 7th International Free Software Forum.

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Reaction to the DRM clause in GPLv3

GPLv3's anti-DRM section solves an actual problem. I've been thinking about the Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) clauses of GPL version 3, and some of the reactions to them.

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Brussels, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Gigón (2006-02-24 to 2006-03-04)

Richard Stallman speaks at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium for the annual FOSDEM event. While in Europe, he travels to the IADIS conference in Spain and visits the Escuela Politecnica Superior de Ingeneiria de Gijon, Universidad de Oviedo as well.

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What's up with lists?

An assessment of the problems encountered recently with the GNU mailing list server.

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Quagga - The Free Software Directory

As is so often the case in life, two steps forward requires one step back.

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Free software without the freedom?

This is a response to an article by John Carroll, addressing his criticisms of the FSF's opposition to Digital Restrictions Management (DRM).

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