28th GNU/Linux SIG Workshop proceedings on-line
The proceedings of the 28th GNU/Linux SIG Workshop are now
available on-line. The board is
already planning the next Workshop, to be held sometimes in March next year. If you think you have an
interesting topic to propose, please mail us info AT ota.be...
The slides and other materials of the other Workshops are available here.
Richard Stallman - The Free Software Movement
||The OTA conference with Richard M.
18, 2002) was a success. His talk about The Free Software
movement and the GNU/Linux Operating System covered all the
main ideas and the philosophy of the movement he created.
For those of you who could not make it and also for those who would
find this interesting, we asked (and obtained) permission to record his
talk, and make it available through free software
technology. So, here it is. (Netscape users: shift-leftclick
Conference talk by RMS
(ogg audio file, 43M)
The reproduction of this talk is Copyright (C) 2002, The Open
Technology Assembly. Verbatim copying and distribution of the entire
speech recording are permitted providing this notice is preserved.
For other use, please contact
info AT ota.be.
Some other references:
The creation of the UNIX Operating System
The Bell Labs website presents a pretty detailed account of how Dennis Ritche and Ken Thompson developed the UNIX Operating System. A very interesting read! Follow this link...
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