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Free Software Supporter - Numéro 86, juin 2015
by Free Software Foundation published Jun 12, 2015
Bienvenue dans le Free Software Supporter, le bulletin mensuel qui vous donne les dernières nouvelles de la Free Software Foundation et fait le point sur ses actions – lu par vous et 88.999 autres activistes. C'est 1223 de plus que le mois dernier.
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Blog Entry chemical/x-molconn-Z Celebrating the FSF’s 35th anniversary: Stories from the Licensing and Compliance Lab
by Dana Morgenstein published Jan 15, 2021 last modified Feb 08, 2021 02:51 PM
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Free Software Supporter - Numéro 136, août 2019
by Free Software Foundation published Aug 06, 2019
Bienvenue dans le Free Software Supporter, le bulletin mensuel qui vous donne les dernières nouvelles de la Free Software Foundation (FSF) et fait le point sur ses actions, lu par vous et 210,274 autres activistes. C'est 1,831 de plus que le mois dernier!
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OpenDocument Massachusetts hearing
by Matt Lee published Nov 01, 2005 last modified Mar 26, 2008 08:27 AM
Yesterday's hearing (Monday, October 31, 2005) at the Massachusetts State House was clearly an attempt to delay adoption of OpenDocument Format (ODF) --- delivering a swipe at Peter Quinn, CIO and Director of the state's Information and Technology Division.
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Free Software Supporter - Issue 141, January 2020
by Free Software Foundation published Jan 02, 2020
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Free Software Supporter - Issue 145, May 2020
by Free Software Foundation published May 04, 2020
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Comments delivered by the FSF to the Copyright Office
by John Sullivan published Aug 25, 2005
Thanks to everyone who took the time to write and send a comment. With the help of DC-based Public Knowledge, we were able to hand-deliver the printed comments to the Copyright Office on Monday, August 22, 2005. A sampling of the comments we received is included below, in no particular order.
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