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PatientLink - telemedicine software under free software license
By HaakonME, Section News
Posted on Fri Aug 15th, 2003 at 05:56:19 GMT
The Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine has released PatientLink under a BSD-style license. The software makes it possible for patients to contact their doctor securely, using a mix of free software and mobil phones. The article is available here: Recently developed software which enables patients to contact the public health service over the Internet is being made available freely

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FSF calls Apple Public Source License 2.0 a Free Software license
By jbn, Section News
Posted on Thu Aug 7th, 2003 at 19:20:42 GMT

The FSF has said the Apple Public Source License v2.0 is a Free Software license. The older document describing the problems with the previous versions of the APSL is still online.

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RMS on Lisp and Emacs
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sun Aug 3rd, 2003 at 09:26:21 GMT
The GNU website has a new transcript of a speech by RMS on My Lisp Experiences and the Development of GNU Emacs, given at the International Lisp Conference last year. It highlights the connections between Lisp, Emacs and free software.

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UK Commercial Radio network streaming in Ogg Vorbis
By brian, Section News
Posted on Sun Aug 3rd, 2003 at 09:26:12 GMT
A national UK commercial radio network has recently started streaming two of its stations (Virgin Radio and Virgin Classic Rock) in Ogg Vorbis format, in high and low bandwidth streams. According to their web page they are using free software, namely Icecast2 and IceS2, to create the streams. If you're interested in hearing ogg vorbis in real use this is an easy way to check it out.

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Free Software licensing and the GNU GPL seminar
By jbn, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Sat Jul 19th, 2003 at 15:18:20 GMT
From the webpage: On August 8, 2003 Daniel Ravicher, of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP and Bradley M. Kuhn, Executive Director of FSF will present a one-day seminar titled "Free Software Licensing and the GNU GPL."

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

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

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

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