Linux-Watch: FSF Looks to 2007 as the Year of GPLv3
Mar 09, 2007, 17:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Free Software Foundation (FSF) holds its annual associate
member and activist meeting at MIT in Cambridge, Mass., on March
24. This year's conference theme is the 'Year of the Update.' The
update in question is the upcoming GPLv3, the latest version of the
GNU General Public License.
"Keynote speakers Richard Stallman, FSF president, and Eben
Moglen, FSF legal counsel, will be looking at what issues will
demand the free software movement's attention after the release.
FSF members and board of directors will discuss ways to increase
free software adoption and strengthen the free software movement,
eliciting feedback and input to shape plans for the coming