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[News] FSF Adds New Members, Stalmman at Université de Moncton

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Psst! Pass it on!  Psst! Pass it on!

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| Posting the FSF widget on your website is a fairly simple thing to do, but it 
| turns out that it's very effective! We've already gotten 24 new members 
| during our year-end drive through member referrals that came in through 
| widgets. The widgets have been posted by free software supporters all over 
| the world -- from Chicago to Italy to South Africa.    


Richard M. Stallman at the Université de Moncton

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| The Department of informatics at the Université de Moncton, as well as its 
| Student Council are happy to invite you to attend Dr. Stallman’s conference 
| on Free Software in Ethics and in Practice. Dr. Stallman is a renowned 
| computer scientist who launched the development of the well known free GNU 
| operating system in 1984. The talk is aimed at the general computer-using 
| public and is not intended to be technical.     



SFLC Receives Grant for Work in India

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| SFLC is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from Soros
| Foundation's Open Society Institute. SFLC is delighted to work with OSI to
| provide legal support to Indian institutions seeking, through free exchange
| of knowledge, to better the lives of people throughout India. Pursuant to the
| grant, SFLC's Executive Director, Eben Moglen, and the founding Director of a
| new SFLC India, Mishi Choudhary, will visit in India this month for a series
| of activities in support of the Free Software community.


Weapons Of Mass Collaboration

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| The dominance of Windows was questioned by 40,000 volunteer developers, with
| Linux, open source becoming a new way to innovate. The otherwise strangers
| became partners with sheer joy of sharing. The “Linux philosophy” is being
| applied in large enterprises as well, which now feel even larger by including
| supply chains in their innovation. In P&G’s “connect & develop” program, new
| concepts are discussed with experts located across the globe, but are at
| arm’s length in a virtual world.

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