On August 17th, RMS was at the International Conference for Free and
Open Source Software for Geospatial this month, in Boston, MA, to give his speech “Free software:
Freedom, privacy, sovereignty”1 to an audience of about a thousand academics,
businesspeople, government employees, and, mostly, developers.
Since the venue was within walking distance of 51 Franklin,
where we are located, the FSF's Ian Kelling and Matt Lavallee were
able to attend the speech and run the FSF table.
(Photos under CC BY-SA 4.0 and
courtesy of David J. Weaver.)
Thank you to Andy Anderson and
to everyone else who made this appearance possible!
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1. The speech recording will soon be posted on our audio-video archive.↩