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stallman

(ˈstɔːlmən)
n, pl -men
(Commerce) a person who runs a bookstall or similar stall
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Notions of "free software," where users could view a program's source code, already existed thanks to the efforts of Richard Stallman and theFree Software Foundation.
The "traditional healers" of the digital era are those activists, like the programmer Richard Stallman, a founder of the Open Source movement, whose activism was sparked when the computer labs of major American universities suddenly declared previously communally developed knowledge the private property of whichever of their laboratories happened to hold it.
Richard Stallman comenzo su proyecto GNU cuando no pudo reparar el software de un impresora, mientras que Linus Torvalds re-escribio el nucleo de minix porque no estaba a favor de pagar por obtener el software que su profesor le obligaba a comprar.
The key innovation by early open source developers --most famously in the case of Richard Stallman in the early 1980s--takes the idea of such licenses and inverts it, with a radical rethinking of intellectual property.
And that space is where Richard Stallman lives, works, and travels.
Consequently, Richard Stallman, the founder of FOSS considered that proprietary software limited the number of people use the programmes, limited the rights of users, harmed to the society benefit, obstructed users' adoption throughout ICT, defenced the users' requirements, and encumbered other developers to learn from the programmes or innovation.
Para Richard Stallman (1998) y la Free Software Fundation [FSF] (2014), el software libre es un asunto de libertad de los usuarios para ejecutar, copiar, distribuir, estudiar, modificar y mejorar el software (Gay, 2002).
For a detailed and full text of our interview with Richard Stallman, please visit our Interview Section.
Marc Andreessen, John Perry Barlow, Anne-Marie Eklund Lowinder, Francois Fluckiger, Stephen Kent, Henning Schulzrinne, Richard Stallman, ron Swartz (posthumous), Jimmy Wales
SH: I was interested in open-source software and education and decided to interview a few people like Richard Stallman, and my interests shifted to Web 2.
Also absent from the discussion are open-source gurus like Richard Stallman and Linus Torvalds who worried more about the software than the technology.