Free Software Foundation president Richard Stallman (RMS) was in
Romania this month, to deliver the keynote speech at the Fundația Ceata-organized Coliberator 2017
conference (2017-10-07-08), at the Biblioteca Centrală a
Universității Politehnica din București, in
Bucharest, on October 7th, to about 140
people. While there, he also spoke to students at a GNU/Linux Install
(Photo under CC BY-SA 3.0 and courtesy of Fundația Ceata.)
To coincide with the conference, the foundation's partners
organized satellite events. In Iași, on October
9th, at the Universitatea Tehnică "Gh. Asachi" din Iași,
with Tranzit's diverse community of activists, artists, political
science students, and software developers.
(Photo under CC BY-SA 3.0 and courtesy of Florin Bobu.)
And in Timișoara, about 450 people packed the
auditorium of the Universitatea Politehnica Timișoara, in an event
co-organized by the Computer Science Department, to hear him give his
speech “Free Software and Your Freedom”:
(Photos under CC BY-SA 3.0 and courtesy of Titus Bălan.)
Thank you to Tiberiu-Constantin Turbureanu and to everyone else who made this appearance possible!
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future events in and around Bucharest,
Please see www.fsf.org/events
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him to come speak.