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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by Bounty on Thu 11th Jan 2007 18:26 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: SECRET"
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rajj This is more of the kind of propaganda like talk.
you claim I didn't read any of the topic... neat. how do you know? Also I didn't say anything about the BSD license, guess you won that argument.

"Freedom zero is the freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose. -Stallman"

so if I have the binary, I can't run the program as I wish.... for any purpose? how is the source even relavant to Freedom zero?

Freedom zero "Freedom zero is necessary for a completely different reason........ They restrict how much you can run the program or when, or how, or for what jobs, for what purpose. -stallman"

so now it's my turn. " bothered to read any of the material about this topic? "

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