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Richard Stallman, the granddaddy of the free software community, says that Valve is dilluting the ethos of the movement by bringing nonfree games to Linux, something he calls 'unethical.'
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Richard Stallman, the man credited with launching the free software movement, posted a note on his official blog saying that while he was not happy Steve Jobs has died he is "glad he's gone".
Richard Stallman has his sights set on a new rights related target. The outspoken founder of the FSF believes that Chrome OS and cloud computing are "worse than stupidity." Stallman also believes that Google's push...