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About the members forum
by Matt Lee published Sep 10, 2010 last modified Jan 18, 2011 01:27 PM
One of the benefits of associate membership is access to the FSF members forum.
Located in Associate Member
Action needed on Hague Treaty
by Matt Lee published May 26, 2005
US citizens: please write a letter to the US Department of State saying you want the proposed Hague Convention (about international recognition of choice-of-court clauses) not to apply to non-negotiated contracts (such as clickwrap contracts).
Located in FSF News
AdBard: Le Google Adsense killer du logiciel libre
by Matt Lee published Jul 28, 2009
Translation by Alexis Kauffmann
Located in Espanol
Add the FSF fundraising banner to your website
by Matt Lee last modified Dec 13, 2010 02:50 PM
Located in FSF Appeals / 2010
Advancing a Definition of Free Culture
by Matt Lee published Apr 24, 2008 last modified Apr 24, 2008 11:31 AM — filed under:
Location: Location The Moscone Center Howard Street, between 3rd and 4th Streets, San Francisco, CA http://www.moscone.com/attendees/directions/index.shtml. This talk will introduce and describe the movement for free culture, access to knowledge, and open knowledge movements. These groups are frequently compared to the free and open source movements; both free software and free culture share a similar critique of intellectual property, a similar goal of access to information and a similar set of legal instruments (i.e., licenses) through which they attempt to achieve these goals. However, through its stronger emphasis on licenses and creator-centric messages, free culture and free software diverge in important ways as well. While the free knowledge movement, and Creative Commons in particular, calls for "some rights reserved," the FSD defined free software as software that respects the four essential and unreservable freedoms to use, modify, share, and collaborate without restrictions. This talk will describe the speaker's work on the Definition of Free Cultural Works aimed to provide both a definition and a goal: a Utopian vision of a world where culture is truly free and a set of standards by which we can judge our movement's success -- a vision of "essential rights are unreservable."
Located in FSF Events
All Member Welcome Packets Mailed
by Matt Lee published Jun 23, 2004
The rest of the membership packets were mailed on Wednesday, June 23.
Located in FSF News
All outstanding tasks
by Matt Lee published Jul 14, 2010
allnew
by Matt Lee last modified Aug 11, 2010 12:01 PM
Heed this Dennis Bell
Amarok
by Matt Lee published Jun 29, 2010 last modified Jul 08, 2010 12:56 PM — filed under:
Amarok is the music-fan in the group, with everything from ABBA to ZZ Top in his impressive repertoire of music knowledge. If you're looking to play your music, burn CDs for friends or sync up to your portable music player, Amarok is the one program you need.
Located in Working together for free software / Meet the free software gang
An appeal from Peter Brown
by Matt Lee published Dec 06, 2010 last modified Dec 24, 2010 03:39 PM
Located in FSF Appeals / 2010

The FSF is a charity with a worldwide mission to advance software freedom — learn about our history and work.

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