"I was fortunate enough to get invited to give a keynote there
[the FSF's annual General Meeting], as a sort of comic relief
whilst people were waiting for Richard Stallman (the founder of the
FSF) to turn up and articulate the state of the Free Software
universe. I was in the middle of my talk, "The Elephant in the
Room: Microsoft and Free Software" busily pontificating about
Microsoft's nefarious plans for dominating the Web and software as
a service when I got heckled.
"It wasn't any ordinary heckler either, it was Bradley Kuhn, the
former Executive Director of the Free Software Foundation. Fixing
me with a steely glare, he said "So doesn't this mean that the GPL
is the new BSD license and that Google is the new Microsoft ?" I
must confess I was a little non-plussed."