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by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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GPLv3 and Software as a Service

The blogosphere has started buzzing with the suggestion that GPLv3 isn't going to address the so-called "ASP loophole," where users interact with software over a network but never see source.

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YouTube by April? Developer help needed for Gnash

Progress in developing Gnash, the free software Flash movie player, is happening fast, with the next release planned for April 2007 sometime.

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John Gilmore playing with Gnash on the OLPC

Development of Gnash is being supported by PubSoft and John Gilmore.

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Names of universities that require nonfree software

Does your university require you to use nonfree software to access their network?

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