Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Jan 2007 20:47 UTC, submitted by ciaran
GNU, GPL, Open Source "The following is a transcript of a lecture given by Richard Stallman in Zagreb (Croatia/Hrvatska) on March 9th 2006. The lecture was given in English. Richard Stallman launched the GNU project in 1983, and with it the Free Software movement. Stallman is the president of FSF - a sister organisation of FSFE. Transcription of this presentation was undertaken by Ciarán O'Riordan."
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RE[2]: SECRET
by Bounty on Wed 10th Jan 2007 18:17 UTC in reply to "RE: SECRET"
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2006-09-18

"Freedom zero guarantees that you can do whatever you want. "
see my other comment, you can't do whatever you want, even if it helps some people.

"That's not unethical." So you agree with me.

"It's unethical to forbid someone to share with others. "
So if I give Larry some ammo, and ask Larry not to share it with Bob my enemy.... that's unethical? right.......

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