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FREE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION president Richard Stallman spoke to The INQUIRER as part of his UK tour. Talking to us at The Institution of Engineering and Technology at its building on the bank of the river Thames at Savoy Place, Stallman talked about how coders can get involved in free software and how Android isn't all bad.

Watch him speak in the video (in WebM format) above and for those who want a truly free mobile phone, Stallman says the HTC Dream can run an entirely free OS called Replicant and it has plenty of free apps to go with it. µ

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Also: * FSFE Newsletter - March 2011
And: * Free software is what we humans are talking more about

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