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ˇ FSF Europe

RMS on Java
By brian, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Thu Apr 15th, 2004 at 14:08:43 GMT
Richard Stallman has released a new article on Java, entitled "Free But Shackled - The Java Trap".

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Article on "Intellectual Property" and Indigenous Peoples
By brian, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Fri Feb 20th, 2004 at 11:08:21 GMT
Georg Greve, President of FSF Europe, has written an article on the monopolization of traditional knowledge, such as patents on medicinal plants and traditional food crops, and the dangers of accepting the internal logic of "intellectual property". The article is available from FSFeurope.org.

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RMS writes on "MyDoom" Microsoft Windows virus
By scompall, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Wed Feb 18th, 2004 at 10:25:38 GMT
RMS has published an article, "MyDoom and you". It addresses accusations made against the Free Software community regarding the MyDoom virus.

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AFFS January Newsletter and Conference Reminder
By scompall, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Wed Feb 11th, 2004 at 11:37:37 GMT
The Association for Free Software (AFFS) has posted its January 2004 newsletter online at AFFS.org.uk. The newsletter covers recent free software events in the UK & Europe, and has a reminder of the upcoming Free Software in Education conference (FLOSSIE) at the London Institute of Education on Wednesday 18 February, jointly organised by AFFS, SchoolForge UK and The Learning Machine.

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Develop a Strategy for Freedom
By viscix, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Mon Feb 9th, 2004 at 10:09:54 GMT

"Trusted Computing," in one form or another, is on its way and it fundamentally targets many of our current freedoms. The GNU Project ought to be working very hard to ensure that its solutions are obsolete even before it arrives.

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Monday February 9th
ˇ 5th International Free Software Forum call for papers

Saturday February 7th
ˇ GIMP Project looking for beta testers for 2.0 release

Wednesday January 28th
ˇ Public GNU/Hurd machine available to Hurd and Debian developers

Thursday January 1st
ˇ AGNULA to develop free music database

Tuesday December 9th
ˇ Free/Libre & Open Source Software In Education [FLOSSIE] Conference

Sunday September 28th
ˇ World Summit of The Information Society

Saturday July 19th
ˇ Free Software licensing and the GNU GPL seminar

Saturday June 28th
ˇ Licensing issues with Xfree86's fork

Friday June 20th
ˇ GNU/FreeBSD progress

Tuesday May 20th
ˇ Fourth Annual GUADEC in Dublin, Ireland.

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