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Titulos:
Free software, free society / selected essays of Richard M. Stallman ; introduction by Lawrence Lessig ; edited by Joshua Gay
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
1882114981
Lugar de Edición:
Boston:
Editor:
GNU Press,
Fecha de Edición:
2002
Edición #:
1st ed.
Notas Formateada:
Part One: The GNU project and free software - 1: The GNU project - 2: The GNU manifesto - 3: Free software definition - 4: Why software should not have owners - 5: What's in a name? - 6: Why "free software" is better then "open source" - 7: Releasing free software if you work at a university - 8: Selling free software - 9: Free software needs free documentation - 10: Free software song -- Section two: Copyright, copyleft, and patents - 11: The right to real - 12: Misinterpreting copyright-A series of errors - 13: Science must 'push' copyright aside - 14: What is copyleft? - 15: Copyleft: programatic idealism - 16: The danger of software patents -- Section three: Freedom, society, and software - 17: Can you trust your computer? - 18: Why software should be free - 19: Copyright and globalization in the age of computer networks - 20: Free software: freedom and cooperation - 21: Words to avoid -- Section four: The licenses - GNU General Public License - GNU Lesser General Public License - GNU Free Documentation License
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^aInstituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA) - Biblioteca
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Institucion:
Instituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA)
Dependencia:
Biblioteca

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