1. Los PUTOS del Campus Party El Salvador 2008


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    Este es un vídeo dedicado Gonzo Suárez, que llamo putos a los desarrolladores de software libre en el evento de Campus Party Iberoamérica El Salvador 2008. Y a los que nos pusieron la censura de no poder presentar los proyectos con software libre les va este vídeo. Creado por lupa. Echo con Cinelerra. AGUANTE GNU/LINUX y todos los putos del Software libre xDDD

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    • Mi Escritorio de Diciembre 2008


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      Debian GNU/linux Lenny

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      • CISL 2011 - "Por una sociedad digital libre" - Richard Stallman


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        Ecuador : 0:10 José García: 0:10

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        • Charla Richard Stallman en Walqa (Huesca)


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          Charla Richard Stallman en Walqa (Huesca) Frogtek invito a Richard Stallman al parque tecnológico de Walqa en Huesca, para dar una charla sobre Software libre y el sistema operativo GNU/Linux.

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          • Richard Stallman Speech Part I (FISL 1.0)


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            Richard Stallman Speech Part I on Primeiro Fórum Internacional do Software Livre (FISL 1.0) (First International Free Software Forum). Held at UFRGS Auditorium in Porto Alegre Brazil on May 4th 2000

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            • April - Conférence Tangui Morlier


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              Brevets logiciels, DADVSI, HADOPI, ACTA... Comment le Logiciel Libre s'est-il retrouvé au coeur de l'actualité législative ? Conférence à Télécom ParisTech Orateur : Tangui Morlier, président de l'April Lieu : Télécom ParisTech Date : 25 mai 2011 Organisateur : Pierre Pavlidès Vidéo : Thibaut Rioult Remerciements : Jean-Rémy Bancel ; Dominique Celier ; Sally Arnaud Vidéo sous licence Creative Commons BY-SA FR 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.fr

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              • Από το Ελεύθερο Λογισμικό στην Ελεύθερη Κοινωνία


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                ==== Από το Ελεύθερο Λογισμικό στην Ελεύθερη κοινωνία ==== Μπορούν οι αρχές του Ελεύθερου Λογισμικού να επεκταθούν στους υπόλοιπους τομείς παραγωγής και να αποτελέσουν τον σύγχρονο οδηγό για μία ελεύθερη κοινωνία; Παρουσίαση του εγχειρήματος του Ελεύθερου Λογισμικού και άλλων εγχειρημάτων συλλογικής παραγωγής. Πώς επηρεάζουν την καθημερινότητα μας, πώς διαμορφώνουν αλλά και συγκρούονται με την εμπορευματοποίησης της δημιουργίας, τι προεκτάσεις μπορεί να αποκτήσουν. Το βίντεο είναι από την εκδήλωση που πραγματοποιήθηκε στις 8 Μαρτίου 2013 στο χώρο της Λαϊκής Συνέλευσης Χολαργού Παπάγου. Η παρουσίαση είναι από συνεργατική δουλειά της ομάδας που συστάθηκε για να υλοποιήσει την εκδήλωση. Μετά την αρχική εισήγηση/παρουσίαση ακολούθησε συζήτηση όπου εκφράστηκαν απορίες και ιδέες γύρω από το θέμα. http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html http://anoixtisyneleysixolargoupapagou.blogspot.gr

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                • Talks[2]: Brian Fox - GNU Software & Entrepreneurship


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                  How can releasing free software and making money go hand in hand? Brian Fox will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of leveraging free software using his extensive experience in the free software movement and the start-up world. Brian has over 30 years of technology and business experience. In 2004, Brian founded The Okori Group, a consulting firm specializing in helping companies go from product concept to product realization. Prior to the Okori Group, Brian co-founded and led the technology team in a number of successful startup companies, In his career as a consultant he has completed a variety of high profile projects, including the world's first Internet banking system for Wells Fargo in 1995. In 1985 Fox was the first employee of the Free Software Foundation (Project GNU) where he worked with Richard Stallman. During his tenure at the FSF, Fox authored the BASH shell, widely used in all modern version of *NIX, GNU Makeinfo, GNU Info, GNU Finger, and the readline and history libraries, as well as contributing significantly to GDB and Emacs.

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                  • Richard Stallman at IT Giants 2009 (Cracow, AGH)


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                    Richard Stallman talking about: "Copyright vs Community in the Age of Computer Networks" at the 2009 IT Giants Conference in Cracow. Copyright developed in the age of the printing press, and was designed to fit with the system of centralized copying imposed by the printing press. But the copyright system does not fit well with computer networks, and only draconian punishments can enforce it. The global corporations that profit from copyright are lobbying for draconian punishments, and to increase their copyright powers, while suppressing public access to technology. But if we seriously hope to serve the only legitimate purpose of copyright--to promote progress, for the benefit of the public--then we must make changes in the other direction. License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic

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                    • Revolution OS


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                      Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary which traces the history of GNU, Linux, and the open source and free software movements. It features several interviews with prominent hackers and entrepreneurs (and hackers-cum-entrepreneurs), including Richard Stallman, Michael Tiemann, Linus Torvalds, Larry Augustin, Eric S. Raymond, Bruce Perens, Frank Hecker and Brian Behlendorf. The film begins in medias res with an IPO, and then sets the historical stage by showing the beginnings of software development back in the day when software was shared on paper tape for the price of the paper itself. It then segues to Bill Gates's Open Letter to Hobbyists in which he asks Computer Hobbyists to not share, but to buy software. (This letter was written by Gates when Microsoft was still based in Arizona and spelled "Micro-Soft".) Richard Stallman then explains how and why he left the MIT Lab for Artificial Intelligence in order to devote his life to the development of free software, as well as how he started with the GNU project. Linus Torvalds is interviewed on his development of the Linux kernel as well as on the GNU/Linux naming controversy and Linux's further evolution, including its commercialization. Richard Stallman remarks on some of the ideological aspects of open source vis-á-vis Communism and capitalism and well as on several aspects of the development of GNU/Linux. Michael Tiemann (interviewed in a desert) tells how he met Stallman and got an early version of Stallman's GCC and founded Cygnus Solutions. Larry Augustin tells how he combined the resulting GNU software and a normal PC to create a UNIX-like Workstation which cost one third the price of a workstation by Sun Microsystems even though it was three times as powerful. His narrative includes his early dealings with venture capitalists, the eventual capitalization and commodification of Linux for his own company, VA Linux, and ends with its IPO. Frank Hecker of Netscape tells how Netscape executives released the source code for Netscape's browser, one of the signal events which made Open Source a force to be reckoned with by business executives, the mainstream media, and the public at large. (this text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License)

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