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  • Versions of Free as in Freedom by Sam Williams 2004485Versions of Free as in FreedomSam Williams Versions of Free as in Freedom include: Free as
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  • Stallman2010 Free as in Freedom (2.0): Richard Stallman and the Free Software Revolution Sam Williams Second edition revisions by Richard M. Stallman
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  • _Sam1969American journalist, perhaps best known as the author of a biography of software programmer Richard Stallman. Free as in Freedom Free as in Freedom 2.0
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  • Stallman.jpeg1953American software freedom activist and computer programmer, founder of the GNU project Free Software Song Free Software and Beyond: Human Rights
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  • Free Software Matters: The Public's Business by Eben Moglen 370297Free Software Matters: The Public's BusinessEben Moglen This work is licensed
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  • Resources — Appendix FourNeil Butcher2011 Appendix Four: Open Source Software Applications in Education Open source is the concept and practice of enabling
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  • Chairman of Software Freedom Law Center. Free Software Matters: The Public's Business (April 9, 2001) "Die Gedanken sind frei": Free Software and the Struggle
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  • licensing arrangements, such as the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) for software or the Creative Commons family of licenses for other sorts of expressive
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  • VIII - Computer Software 503145Judicial Improvements Act of 1990 — Title VIII - Computer Software1990 ==TITLE VIII — COMPUTER SOFTWARE== This title
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  • person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without
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  • Free as in Freedom (2002) (category Free software)
    FreedomSam Williams Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software This version from FAIFzilla 1.0 (http://www.faifzilla.org/), accessed January
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  • hobby market right now is the lack of good software courses, books and software itself. Without good software and an owner who understands programming,
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  • contributions from Chuck Adams, Tektronix, Inc. Vania Joloboff, Open Software Foundation Hideki Hiura, Sun Microsystems, Inc. Bill McMahon, Hewlett-Packard
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  • on Freely Redistributable Software in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Slated for February, 1996, and sponsored by the Free Software Foundation, the event promised
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  • has evolved into a central tool of the free software community. In simplest terms, the GPL locks software programs into a form of communal ownership—what
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  • SourceSam Williams In November, 1995, Peter Salus, a member of the Free Software Foundation and author of the 1994 book, A Quarter Century of Unix, issued
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  • of software patents, a growing issue of concern both within the software industry and within the free software community. Like Napster, software patents
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  • of software patents, a growing issue of concern both within the software industry and within the free software community. Like Napster, software patents
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  • 2005 --- Decided: June 27, 2005 Respondent companies distribute free software that allows computer users to share electronic files through peer-to-peer
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  • Stallman had settled on the GNU Project's first milestone—a Lisp-based free software version of Emacs. To meet this goal, however, he faced two challenges.
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