Could you please modify appropriately the text and get visitors
attention to gpl v-3 drafting process.
----- Forwarded message from Nagarjuna <nagarjun(a)gnowledge.org> -----
> Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 12:52:19 +0530
> From: Nagarjuna <nagarjun(a)gnowledge.org>
> Subject: [Fsf-friends] GPL-v3
> To: Principal Support List of FSF-India <fsf-friends(a)mm.gnu.org.in>
> Reply-To: nagarjun(a)gnowledge.org,
> Principal Support List of FSF-India <fsf-friends(a)mm.gnu.org.in>
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> FSF is entering 2006 with a very important task, drafting GPLv-3.
> GPLv-2 was released in 1991, and it is the most widely used free
> software license. During the course of time, the computing
> environments are transforming, particularly with the entrance of
> webservices and embedded devices. In the context of these changes,
> it is possible that user's freedom may not be preserved.
> FSF is committed to protect the software freedom even under the
> transformed conditions in future. A draft of the GPL-v3 will be
> released during the First International Public GPL-v3 launch
> conference to be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
> (MIT) on January 16 and 17, 2006. It is very likely that I will
> attend this event and will participate in the deliberations
> representing FSF India.
> I invite the free software community in India to actively
> participate in shaping the new license. If you would like to share
> any specific inputs let us discuss them here in the list. You may
> also want to send me your thoughts directly.
> Visit http;//gplv3.fsf.org/
> wishing you all a success in protecting software freedom.
> Fsf-friends mailing list
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V. Sasi Kumar wrote:
>The International Film Festival of Kerala is scheduled from December 9th
>to 16th. Films will be screened at various venues at Thiruvananthapuram.
>The Kerala State Chalachitra Academy has agreed to provide space for
>displaying Free Software, with emphasis on those related to the visual
>media, and some posters. We are planning to do this in co-operation with
>SPACE. We also plan to distribute handouts on FSF and SPACE, and also
>some literature related to Freedom/Free Software. We are getting some
>CDs ready that could be sold at a nominal price. The Academy is also
>interested in conducting some training programmes in media related Free
>Software after the festival.
please get this published as an event at the site with a brief description.