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by Matt Lee Contributions Published on Aug 11, 2010 11:59 AM
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Blog Entry HTML Second visit to Taiwan (2005-05-22 to 2005-05-30) by Richard Stallman — 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."
Action needed on Hague Treaty by Matt Lee — last modified May 26, 2005 10:52 AM
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).
Comments needed on software patents by Matt Lee — last modified May 19, 2005 10:22 AM
Blog Entry HTML Moors, Christians, and no Atheists (2005-04-26 to 2005-05-09) by Richard Stallman — last modified Sep 16, 2019 11:42 AM
A whirlwind trip around Spain in late April brought Stallman to places such as Granada, Ourense, Vigo, Galicia, La Coruna, Madrid, Castellon and Valencia. In La Coruna and in Castellon, he met with Computer Science students. Madrid's Fundacion Conocimiento Libre (Free Knowledge Foundation) named Stallman an "Honor's Patron" and invited him to give a speech there. He visited Spain coming directly from Sofia, Bulgaria, and he leaves immediately after for Bologna, Italy. After Granada I stopped for one day in Madrid, where I participated in a protest against software patents. There was a protest at everyuniversity in Spain, and I read that 15,000 people participated.
News Item HTML Volunteers needed to build, test and package free 2.0 by Matt Lee — last modified Jul 06, 2005 05:11 PM
The FSF is looking for volunteers to build, test and package fully free versions of 2.0 that use GCJ as a replacement for the non-free Java platform.
News Item HTML The University of the Western Cape commits R10 million for Free Software student enrollment management system by Matt Lee — last modified May 05, 2005 12:20 PM
"The collaborative Free Software approach is the one that is most sustainable in the long-term."
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