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Blog Entry D source code Nonfree DRM'd Games on GNU/Linux: Good or Bad?
by Richard Stallman published May 31, 2012
A well known company, Valve, that distributes nonfree computer games with Digital Restrictions Management, recently announced it would distribute these games for GNU/Linux. What good and bad effects can this have?
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Blog Entry Norway (2004-09-14 to 2004-09-19)
by Richard Stallman published Sep 19, 2004 last modified Jul 12, 2010 02:55 PM
I went to Norway to speak at a Java conference, and I was probably the only person in the room who did not know the Java language. (I expect to be in Java a month from now, and I've been studying Indonesian on and off for a couple of years, but I have never learned to read Java.)
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On Selling Exceptions to the GNU GPL
by Richard Stallman published Jan 07, 2010 last modified Jun 29, 2010 12:05 PM
The practice of selling license exceptions became a hot topic when I co-signed Knowledge Ecology International's letter warning that Oracle's purchase of MySQL (plus the rest of Sun) might not be good for MySQL.
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Blog Entry Please protest the "Windows 8 Campus Tour"
by Richard Stallman published Apr 17, 2014 last modified Apr 17, 2014 06:25 PM
Microsoft is running "Windows 8 Campus Tour" events at many US universities. We're inviting free software supporters, associated with the universities in question, to mount simple nondisruptive protests at these events.
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Blog Entry Response to Fox News Article
by Richard Stallman published Jan 31, 2005 last modified Jul 12, 2010 03:57 PM
Jim Prendergast's recent article mistakenly called me a "leader in the open source community". While I appreciate the praise that might be read into that expression, it is not the case: I do not advocate "open source" and never did. I founded the Free Software Movement in 1984. "Free", here refers to freedom, not price; specifically the freedom to redistribute and change the software you use. With free software, the users control the software; with non-free software, the developer has control of the software and its users.
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by Richard Stallman published Jun 29, 2009 last modified Apr 17, 2010 05:39 PM
Did you have your photograph taken with RMS at the FSF booth at FISL 10? Here are the photos.
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Blog Entry chemical/x-pdb RMS comment on GPL enforcement
by Richard Stallman published May 11, 2017 last modified May 11, 2017 12:45 PM — filed under: , , , ,
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Blog Entry Santander and Bilbao (2004-12-13 to 2004-12-16)
by Richard Stallman published Dec 16, 2004 last modified Jul 12, 2010 03:31 PM
My short trip this month began with speeches in Santander and Bilbao, Spain. Traveling to Santander gave me a chance to see the beautiful rock-surrounded beaches; we also had time for a brief trip to the mountains of Asturias to the west.
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Blog Entry se-puede-rescatar-olpc-de-windows
by Richard Stallman published Jun 27, 2008 last modified Mar 25, 2014 03:05 PM
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Blog Entry HTML Second visit to Taiwan (2005-05-22 to 2005-05-30)
by Richard Stallman published May 30, 2005 last modified Jul 12, 2010 05:28 PM
Stopping first at the National Taiwan University, Stallman gave a speech to 200 Computer Science students who had only been slightly exposed to free software. He then moved on to the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica in Taipei, participating in a panel discussion on "Copyright vs. Community in the Age of Computer Networks" for copyright researchers, their assistants, and legal scholars. The final speech of the trip took place at the National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHPC) in Xinzhu. For NCHPC scientists, engineers, university faculty and students, Stallman gave a speech entitled "The Free Software Movement and the GNU/Linux Operating System."
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