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The first live podcast of Free as in Freedom, hosted at SeaGL
2019 in November 2019. Hear questions from the studio audience and
answers from Bradley and Karen.
Producer Dan speaks on mic to introduce that this is a live show.
under recent tax changes regarding tax deduction and, and asked about Conservancy's
annual fundraiser which had completed by the time this show
was released. (04:53)
licenses”. Bradley gave an answer that is supplemented well by
this blog post (10:15) and Karen mentioned at CopyleftConf
2020 there was a discussion about this. (15:15) The follow up question
was also related to these topics (15:44).
and what factors Conservancy considers in projects joining (18:14)
software as part of their coursework. (22:00)
reversed” as it appeared on n June 1976 on Tiny BASIC
inspired the term copyleft to mean what it does today. (30:45)
Disney, that is supplemented by
this blog post. (32:52)
and/or FOSS' biggest achievements in the last decade. (35:20) Karen
mentioned Outreachy was a major
enforcement. Bradley discussed how it might ultimately introduce problems
similar to arbitration
clauses. (41:42) Since the podcast was recorded, the CASE Act has
also passed the Senate, but does not seem to have been signed by the
has not been involved in lobbying enough
structure would allow Mozilla to do lobbying for FOSS. (50:57) Karen
explained the Mozilla corporate legal structure (51:35).
they once were. (1:01:30)
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Free as in Freedom is produced by Dan Lynch
music written and performed
by Mike Tarantino
with Charlie Paxson on drums.
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