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17 July 2013
Karen and Bradley listen to and discuss The panel discussion on the GNU Affero General Public License from FOSDEM 2013.
This show was released on Wednesday 17 July 2013; its running time is 01:28:47.
Segment 0 (00:00:38)
- Bradley asked for donations again to Conservancy's NPO accounting software campaign and Karen asked for donations to GNOME's Privacy Campaign.
Segment 1 (00:04:50)
This is the Panel Discussion: GNU Affero General Public License, version 3 from FOSDEM 2013. The speakers, in the order their voices are heard, are Tom Marble (introduction), Richard Fontana (moderator), Bradley M. Kuhn, Eileen Evans, and Christopher Allan Webber.
Segment 2 (01:06:47)
- Bradley mentioned the phrase
Give me convenience or give me death, which is from a title of the Dead Kennedys album he suggested applied to the selection of proprietary software (01:10:10)
- Bradley mentioned RMS' recent update to his Who does that server really serve? essay. (01:11:30)
- Bradley mentioned his blog post on doing VoIP encryption with Free Software. (01:14:04)
- Bradley mentioned his talk entitled The Affero GPLv3: Why It Exists & Who It's For? at the Southern California Linux Expo 11x. The slides are available and the sources for the slides are available. (01:17:30)