Linuxcare: Interview: Stallman The Coder
Dec 14, 1999, 20:48 (7 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to Zack
Brown for this link. ]
"On a recent visit to the Linuxcare offices in San
Francisco, Richard Stallman spoke to our staff about the history of
the Free Software Foundation, the future of GNU development, and
why we should really be calling ourselves GNU/Linuxcare. After the
talk, and a helping of the Friday company luncheon, RMS sat down
with a few of our gurus to an impromptu interview."
The above paragraph has been changed to now read:
"Although most well known today as the father of Free Software and
the GNU project, Richard Stallman, a coder of genius, is also the
creator of some of the most important programs in the whole
software world: GNU Emacs, the GNU C Compiler (GCC), and others.
On a recent visit to the Linuxcare offices in San Francisco,
Richard Stallman sat down with a few of our gurus to an in-depth
interview about OS standards, the GCC, LISP, and a sneak peak at
EMACS 21. After the interview, and a helping of the Friday
company luncheon, RMS spoke to our staff about the history of the
Free Software Foundation and the future of GNU development."
"Richard Stallman launched the GNU project in 1984 and created
the now famous GNU General Public License. The Free Software
Foundation is a tax-exempt charity that raises funds for work on
the GNU Project."
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