Free as in Freedom

A bi-weekly discussion of legal, policy, and other issues in the open source and software freedom community (including occasional interviews) from Brooklyn, New York, USA. Presented by Karen Sandler and Bradley M. Kuhn.

http://faif.us/cast/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 51m. Bisher sind 137 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 5 days 4 hours 48 minutes

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Episode 0x0D: NDAs


Show NotesSegment 1 (01:33)

You can download a copy of Karen's slides from the talk if you'd like to follow along.

Here's a listener donated transcription of one of the questions:

[23:14]
[indistinct] Signed up [indistinct] At Google you can opt out...


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 2011-04-12  42m
 
 

Episode 0x0C: Disturbing Debates


Show NotesSegment 1 (03:12)
  • Bradley wrote a blog post about the Bionic issues that were raised. (03:44)
  • On the old oggcast, Karen and Bradley discussed the Android/Linux system and Bionic specifically. (04:09)
  • Karen mentioned an old oggcast where permissive vs. copyleft licensing was discussed...


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 2011-03-29  43m
 
 

Episode 0x0B: Free Software Project Non-Profit Existence


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:37)
  • Bradley and Karen began the discussion by commenting on this blog post by Andy Updegrove about non-profit governance. (01:50)
  • Bradley and Karen tend to agree that non-profit settings are better places to foster and help Free Software development...


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 2011-03-15  34m
 
 

Episode: 0x0A: Windows Mobile Windows Phone 7 Series Application Store


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:35)
  • Karen and Bradley discussed the Microsoft Phone Marketplace agreement, which was heavilycoveredinnewsandblogs...


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 2011-03-01  38m
 
 

Episode 0x09: Copyleft, -or-later, and Basics of Compatibility


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:38)
  • This show discusses copyleft and basic issues of license compatibility (04:09)
  • Karen mentioned an episode of the old Software Freedom Law Show, Episode 0x08, where Bradley and Karen discussed selecting a FLOSS license and what the various options are. (04:45)
  • license compatibility 06:28
  • Bradley incorrectly said that the original Emacs license didn't have the word General in it...


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 2011-02-15  41m
 
 

Episode 0x08: Strictly Commercial


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:36)
  • Listeners seeking a show on how to select a Free Software license, differences between copyleft and non-copyleft, and how they interact with copyright are encouraged to listen to episode 0x08 of the old Software Freedom Law Show which covered these topics. Please write in again if that show doesn't cover your questions on the issue...


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 2011-02-01  49m
 
 

Episode 0x07: Revoked?


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:34)
  • Bradley issued a correction regarding FaiF 0x06. Christopher Allan Webber mentioned that FSF sometimes accepts copyright assignments in cases where the entire code base is not assigned. (02:40)
  • Karen issued a correction regarding FaiF 0x04 about women being hired to be at the party, but in fact that was not the case, despite being mentioned in this article...


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 2011-01-18  44m
 
 

Episode 0x06: GRUB, Zulu Foxtrot Sierra


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:35)
  • Bradley and Karen discussed the inclusion of ZFS code now included in GRUB, as the GRUB Project announced andwas covered at LWN by Jonathan Corbet.
  • It's not mandatory that GNU projects have assignment to the FSF.The GNU Maintainer's guide discuss the requirements when items are assigned to FSF. (14:40)
  • FSF requires that the entire codebase be assigned once GNU project maintainers choose to assign copyrights...


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 2011-01-04  47m
 
 

Episode 0x05: Inducing Fryers


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:37)
  • Aaron brought up a message forwarded to the OpenBSD developers list by Theo de Raadt. This story has been coveredwidelyonline. (02:50)
  • Aaron mentioned that Glyn Moody wrote a blog post about what issues about “Open Source” security this raises. (04:06)
  • Bradley mentioned the gnuftp/Savannah site crack that occurred in 2003 and its security implications...


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 2010-12-21  54m
 
 

Episode 0x05: Inducing Fryers


Show NotesSegment 0 (00:37)
  • Aaron brought up a message forwarded to the OpenBSD developers list by Theo de Raadt. This story has been coveredwidelyonline. (02:50)
  • Aaron mentioned that Glyn Moody wrote a blog post about what issues about “Open Source” security this raises. (04:06)
  • Bradley mentioned the gnuftp/Savannah site crack that occurred in 2003 and its security implications...


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 2010-12-21  54m