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by John Sullivan published Aug 10, 2012
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by John Sullivan published Mar 25, 2010
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OpenDocument Comments
by John Sullivan published Nov 10, 2005 last modified Nov 10, 2005 04:35 PM
This is a selection of comments that free software supporters sent to Massachusetts in support of its move to adopt OpenDocument. Thanks to everyone who took the time to comment! This issue has not yet been resolved, and action is still needed. Please refer back to our Campaigns page for information on how to stay involved.
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News Item HTML Opinions Published: GPLv3 and LGPLv3 Drafts Open for Comments
by John Sullivan published Aug 03, 2006 last modified Aug 03, 2006 04:39 PM
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Other FSF Organizations
by John Sullivan published Apr 13, 2006 last modified May 31, 2006 12:14 PM
The FSF has a number of sister organizations around the world.
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Blog Entry Plain Text Our RSS feeds are now full text
by John Sullivan published Apr 21, 2011 last modified Apr 29, 2011 04:43 PM
We've recently made a long overdue improvement to -- our RSS feeds are now full text.
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Perangkat Lunak Bebas itu Berguna
by John Sullivan published Nov 04, 2005
Perangkat lunak bebas itu serbaguna dan efektif dalam keanekaragaman jenis aplikasi. Karena source code-nya diberikan, semua itu dapat disesuaikan secara khusus untuk kebutuhan pemakai. Sesuatu yang tidak mudah untuk terselesaikan dengan perangkat lunak berpemilik.
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by John Sullivan last modified Jan 25, 2006 01:42 PM
PlayOgg: Theora 1.0 is released!
by John Sullivan published Nov 05, 2008 last modified May 17, 2010 04:45 PM
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Blog Entry Pot, meet kettle: a response to Steve Jobs' letter on Flash
by John Sullivan published May 03, 2010 last modified Nov 02, 2012 12:45 PM
Watching two proprietary software companies deeply opposed to computer user freedom lob accusations back and forth about who is more opposed to freedom has been surreal, to say the least. But what's been crystal clear is that the freedom these companies are arguing about is their own, not that of their users. And what they are calling freedom isn't freedom at all -- it is the ability to control those users. Adobe is mad at Apple for not letting Adobe control iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users via Flash, and Apple is mad at Adobe for suggesting that Apple is arbitrarily abusing its control over Application Store users.
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