Talk:Free Software Foundation releases first draft of GPLv3
I went to the morning session of the first day of the conference, took notes, and read a lot of nametags. I also have some pictures, which I'll upload shortly. I'm also going to add more of the meaty legal details. I think there's a webcast available somewhere too. Pingswept 20:32, 16 January 2006 (UTC)
"something for which there can never be toleration."
Hey, great article. I think an improvement would be some explanation to the clause "something for which there can never be toleration." -- sounds interesting but I'm not quite sure what they're getting at? Explanation/example would be good.
- As I see it, one important aspect of the FSF is freedom. With digital rights managemant, the freedom to legally copy data will be limited - for example, copying an MP3 bought online to an iPod or similar device is not allowed by some DRM. Further details here (fsf website) -- h2g2bob
- Further to this, there's a brief discussion of why on Boing Boing -- h2g2bob
Actually, there were at least four Red Hat employees and three Intel employees there, as well as two from MySQL, two from Hitachi and more. My notes from the event are [on my blog] and you are welcome to use the photo from that page too. Webmink 00:05, 17 January 2006 (UTC)
- Hi Simon,
- In fact, I was sitting right behind you and Danese. I'll update the article to include your observations. Pingswept 00:39, 17 January 2006 (UTC)
I added Economy and Business category as this involves licensure which is highly important in the business world. I could make a case that this belongs in Politics and Conflicts but I hesitate as this may bloat it's significance. --Sfullenwider 03:38, 17 January 2006 (UTC)