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RMS Speech at NYU Available in Ogg Format

May 30, 2001, 18:21 (18 Talkback[s])

From the FSF audio page:

Richard M. Stallman gave this speech entitled Free Software: Freedom and Cooperation at New York University in New York, New York on 29 May 2001.

This speech is approximately 2 hours, 12 minutes long and encoded in Ogg Vorbis format. The speech is distributed in two Ogg Vorbis files.

You can download the two Ogg Vorbis files, rms_nyu_2001-05-29_part-1.ogg (22 MB) and rms_nyu_2001-05-29_part-2.ogg (27 MB), via http here. These files is also available in the subdirectory /gnu/GNUinfo/Audio/ on your favorite GNU FTP mirror. Finally, these files (encoded a bit differently) are also available at punkcast.com, as the files rms-nyu1.ogg (51 MB) and rms-nyu2.ogg (62 MB). Incidently, some still images are also available there.

Thanks to Joly of punkcast.com for making this recording.

This speech is:
Copyright (C) 2001, Free Software Foundation, Inc.

Verbatim copying and distribution of the entire speech recording are permitted provided this notice is preserved.