Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
The interview with Stallman tries to focus on GNU as a movement and as a software project.
Summary: Readers are invited to ask questions which Richard Stallman can answer tomorrow (on camera)
LAST Friday I very briefly attended Drupal Camp 2013 (the event was in Manchester) and tomorrow (Friday) I will travel to meet Richard Stallman in Lincoln. I plan to do some filming. If you have questions to Stallman or just subjects which you would like him to address, please get in touch by tomorrow morning. I am trying to get an extensive record of his views on many issues, not necessarily just software. I typically ask questions which people around the Web relay to me, so assume that your polite questions will be asked and answered. █
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mylinuxrig.com: Jorge’s a cool guy. He’s passionate about Ubuntu, Linux, and the user experience. All of that comes through very strongly in his interview.
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