Interesting piece that expands upon my mild discomfort with the corporate connotation of "open source culture", which sanitises free software of its ethical and emancipatory goals and implications (aka bropen source)
The Free Software Foundation's GPLv3 turns ten today.
Ten years ago I was part of the team at groklaw.net, where --in addition to our other endeavours-- we tracked the progress of the GPL 3.0 draft process.
One of our team members interviewed Richard Stallman just before the GPLv3 became what it is today.
This is how the great Pamela Jones chronicled it back then:
Fifteen new devices from Technoethical now RYF-certified to respect your freedom http://www.fsf.org/news/fifteen-new-devices-from-technoethical-now-fsf-certified-to-respect-your-freedom #gnu #fsf #ryf
Woah, there are new Respect Your Freedom- certified company on fsf website!