Heed this Dennis Bell
- FSF Responds to LinuxWorld in Boston — by Matt Lee — last modified Feb 15, 2005 04:19 PM
- In our backyard.
- FSF announces new Executive Director — by Matt Lee — last modified Apr 27, 2009 08:58 AM
- Boston, MA, USA - Monday, February 14, 2005 - The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced the appointment of Peter T. Brown as its new Executive Director.
- FSF will be moving — by Matt Lee — last modified Feb 12, 2005 05:44 PM
- The FSF will be relocating within Boston on May 1, 2005.
- Software Freedom Law Center opens — by Matt Lee — last modified Feb 12, 2005 04:23 PM
- Delhi (2005-01-31 to 2005-02-03) — by Richard Stallman — last modified Jul 12, 2010 05:04 PM
- I arrived at Delhi at 3am on a flight that had been delayed by an hour and a half. I had expected to do a lot of work on the flight, but I was unexpectedly drowsy and nodded off for a few hours. When I arrived at the airport, the wait for passport control was only 20 minutes, and I spent part of the time explaining free software to another passenger who was curious about it. My bag was already in the carousel when I reached it, so I exited into the terminal and passed along the line of people holding up signs. None had my name on it. The person who was supposed to meet me was not there.
- Response to Fox News Article — by Richard Stallman — 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.