“Gno” and “Gyes” campaigns - About positive Free Software campaigning

Matt Lee mattl at fsf.org
Wed Jun 23 15:05:02 UTC 2010

On 06/23/10 10:58, Matthias Kirschner wrote:

>   “Gno” and “Gyes” campaigns - About positive Free Software campaigning
>   http://blogs.fsfe.org/mk/?p=593
> We always try to do positive campaigning. Do we achive that? I am
> intersted in your opinion. 

DRM and Windows 7 are attacks on user freedom, like software patents and
proprietary file formats. It's not a negative thing to talk about these
problems, and these campaigns are positive steps against a negative,
designed to hopefully cancel it out.

Matt Lee
Campaigns Manager

Free Software Foundation -- http://www.fsf.org/
GNU's Not Unix! -- http://www.gnu.org/
Free Software -- http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html

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