The 12th issue of the "Brave GNU World" column is online now. It
can be found on the GNU Webpage and its mirrors or follow the links
at the end of this posting.
This one is a very special release as it rounds up the first
year of "Brave GNU World." During this year the column has picked
up some remarkable features. Being released simultaneously online
in five languages (English, German, French, Japanese and Spanish)
and printed in the German "Linux-Magazin" as well as the "Linux
Magazine France," the column is the monthly forum with the widest
distribution worldwide as far as I know.
If you would like to receive mail about new issues directly, you
can subscribe to the "Brave GNU World" announcement mailinglist.
Just send mail to with "subscribe" in the *body*. The mailinglist
is only for announcements that are related to the "Brave GNU World"
and is of very low volume (between 1 and 4 mails a month).
The 12th issue covers the following topics:
GNU Pascal Compiler (a truly Free Pascal compiler)
Moodss (graphical system monitoring made easy)
Free Software in the French government (politics realizing the
importance of Free Software)
One year of Brave GNU World (how the column came to pass,
internal workings and plans for the future)
This column intends to provide a forum for all GNU maintainers,
friends and associates and I am always open to suggestions. So if
have questions about the GNU Project that might be of general
have a GNU Project and would like to improve its profile
would like to start a GNU Project you are looking for people to
start it with
think something doesn't get the publicity it deserves
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