Recently I got to see Richard Stallman talk in London. He was the guest of the Open Rights Group and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
I have his talk and the Q&A that followed embedded and linked below. First though are my initial impressions recorded at the end of the night.
(Skip to the three embeds & ogg links below if you want to hear Richard Stallman’s talk.)
If you need these audio clips in OGG right click and download from here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
I had recorded this audio as a second thought and would like to thank Mark Cotton for cleaning, editing, dissecting and converting the files to OGG. He really knows his audio. I’d recommend him to anyone who needs audio services.
Thanks to the Open Rights Group for hosting the night and if you care considering joining to assist them with their good work please OpenRightsGroup.org/join.
Any/all of the content on this page is licensed by Richard Stallman and free to use under the CC license Attribution NoDerivs.
An utterly fascinating 2 hours spent listening to the audio here. So many points I want to talk about, but will ruminate over them myself for the next few days.
Thanks for sharing this 🙂
Tom Sparks says
Nice analysis of Richard Stallman, enjoyed this immensely. Have you read this article that compares his GNU and the Free Software Movement with Tim O’Reilly and O’Reilly’s Open Software Project, It makes for a fascinating read. http://thebaffler.com/past/the_meme_hustler
Thanks Tom, I’ll be sure to check it out.