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Bradley and Karen enjoy and discuss Molly De Blanc's keynote at the

first annual CopyleftConf, entitled The Margins of Software Freedom, followed by an exclusive interview with Molly!

Show Notes:

Segment 0 (00:37)

  • Bradley mentioned (without the title) the film, When

    a Stranger Calls

    , which is indeed a real movie, not a TV movie,

    and was from the late 1970s —

    although Bradley saw it on TV sometime in the 1980s. (02:15)

Segment 1 (04:11)

A recording of Molly De

Blanc's keynote at the first annual (2019) CopyleftConf, entitled entitled

The Margins of Software Freedom. Slides

for Molly's talk are available on her gitlab account.

Segment 2 (20:11)

Bradley and Karen talk about the keynote and set up the interview.

Segment 3 (23:56)

Extended interview with Molly from on site at CopyleftConf 2019!

Segment 4 (34:06)

  • Bradley and Karen discuss what ideas Molly's interview got them

    thinking about.

Bradley wrote a blog post about Delta's

anti-union marketing

. (40:50)

Molly De Blanc is now an employee at

the GNOME Foundation

and President

of the Open Source Initiative

(52:53)

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