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New FSFE fund-raising campaign
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sat Jul 3rd, 2004 at 13:08:32 GMT
The Free Software Foundation Europe has launched a new fundraising campaign, with endorsements from Redhat and Novell. FSFE is asking companies to financially support its work promoting the ideas of free software at a high level in Europe and around the world. Information on how to donate is available at FSFEurope.org, along with the original press release.

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Realmedia Helix Player now licensed under the GPL
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sat Jul 3rd, 2004 at 13:08:10 GMT
Real has adopted the GPL as a new license option for Helix Player, the multimedia framework for RealPlayer. The license covers the software framework itself, not the codecs used in Realplayer. More information from Helixcommunity.org.

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PUBPAT seeking technical experts
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sat Jul 3rd, 2004 at 13:07:58 GMT
The Public Patent Foundation ("PUBPAT") has announced that four new technical experts have joined its staff and that pro bono opportunities exist for any other technical experts who wish to assist PUBPAT's work against the harms caused by the patent system. For more details, see PUBPAT.org.

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New FSF associate membership website
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sat Jun 26th, 2004 at 11:08:04 GMT
[From FSF] The Free Software Foundation has upgraded its Associate Membership web site. The new site is built on the GPL'd Plone system, with lots of extra configuration work and feature implementation by FSF staffers, James Blair and Paul Fisher.

Members can now more easily configure their payment settings and other information regarding their membership accounts. In addition, over the coming year, John Sullivan (membership coordinator) will use the new software to build a better communication path with the FSF membership -- something that many people requested at the Membership Meeting in March. The new site is Member.fsf.org.

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Redhat releases GFS under the GPL
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sat Jun 26th, 2004 at 11:06:45 GMT
Redhat has released the GFS network file system under the GNU General Public License, following its acquisition of Sistina last year. More information from the development webpage at Redhat.com.

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Saturday July 3rd
New FSFE fund-raising campaign
Realmedia Helix Player now licensed under the GPL
PUBPAT seeking technical experts

Saturday June 26th
New FSF associate membership website
Redhat releases GFS under the GPL
FSF seeking system analyst/database guru (contract)
FFII analysis of new EU constitution, demonstration
RTAI realtime conference (Milan, 8 July)

Saturday June 19th
EU elections strengthen patent-critical camp
Report from Georg Greve in South America

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