Richard Stallman on What's GNU?: Software and your freedom
by mattl Contributions — Published on Jan 03, 2006 10:34 AM
The GNU Operating System (sometimes mistakenly called Linux) was developed so people can use computers and keep their freedom. This nontechnical talk explains the ethical and social issues of free software. This event is being hosted by Gnubies and LXNY. There is no charge and it is open to the public. The ending time here is a guess. Subway: Eighth Street stop on the N, R, sometimes W, lines; Astor Place on the 6 line; Third Avenue on the crosstown L line; Lower EastSide-Second Avenue-Houston Street on the F, V lines. Note that some of these lines may not be running right.
Jan 04, 2006
from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM
|Where||The Auditorium (Room 106), Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, Manhattan Village, 16 Cooper Square, two blocks south of Astor Place, New York, NY, 10003|
|Contact Name||Tony Wieczorek|