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Welcome to the Interviews section
By jonas, Section Interviews
Posted on Thu Feb 7th, 2002 at 18:56:36 GMT
This section will later be filled with interviews of people involved in the Free Software community. We will focus more heavily on those who are not already so well known by others in the community but who has contributed significantly to it. We currently have a list of 10 people that we are in the process of interviewing, but would appreciate more names. Submit them to or post a comment to this article.

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· Software Patents Interview with Prof. González Barahona (en español)

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· Interview with Lawrence Lessig

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· GNU-Friends Interview Andrew L. Moore

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