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Free Software Award Winners Announced
[Posted March 23, 2010 by ris]

*From*: Peter Brown *To*: info-press-AT-gnu.org *
Subject*: [GNU/FSF Press] Free Software Award Winners Announced: John
Gilmore and the Internet Archive *Date*: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 18:22:43 -0400 *
Message-ID*: <4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org> *Archive-link*:
Article,
Thread

BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- March 23, 2010 -- The Free Software
Foundation (FSF) announced the winners of the annual free software
awards at a ceremony on Saturday March 20, held during the LibrePlanet
conference at Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, MA.

The award for the Advancement of Free Software was won by John Gilmore.
The award for Project of Social Benefit was won by the Internet Archive.
The awards were presented by FSF president and founder Richard M. Stallman.

(photographs are available at
http://www.fsf.org/news/2009-free-software-awards)

Brewster Kahle co-founder and chairman of the Internet Archive was at
the ceremony to collect the award and spoke about the work of his
organization, "We are trying to follow in the footsteps of the free
software movement and apply these ideas to the cultural materials layer,
building organizations that are founded on these principals."

John Gilmore who had earlier given a presentation at the conference on
the future goals of the free software movement, said on receiving the
award, "Free software has been very good to me, and I'm glad that I have
been good to it." The awards committee recognized Gilmore's many
contributions and long term commitment to the free software movement.

The award citation for John Gilmore read:

As one of the founders of Cygnus Solutions, Gilmore gave free
software a place in the business world long before GNU/Linux became
popular. He is a well-known free software and freedom activist. He is a
co-founder of the EFF, the alt newsgroup, and a major promoter of
cryptography. He has written or contributed to free software including
the projects pdtar (which became GNU Tar), GNU UUCP, GNU GDB and
Kerberos. John has also promoted free software through his philanthropy,
funding many free software projects including, GNU Radio and GNU Gnash
and he remains active in advancing the cause of computer user freedom.

John Gilmore joins a distinguished list of previous winners:

* 2008 Wietse Venema
* 2007 Harald Welte
* 2006 Ted Ts'o
* 2005 Andrew Tridgell
* 2004 Theo de Raadt
* 2003 Alan Cox
* 2002 Lawrence Lessig
* 2001 Guido van Rossum
* 2000 Brian Paul
* 1999 Miguel de Icaza
* 1998 Larry Wall


The Award for Projects of Social Benefit is presented annually to a team
or organization that applies free software, or the ideas of the free
software movement, in a way that significantly benefits society. The
award citation for the Internet Archive read:

The Internet Archive is a non-profit founded to build a free and
open Internet library. They provide 1.8 million free public domain and
out of print books in collaboration with libraries all over the world.
They have collected more than 500,000 audio items, including over 70,000
live concert recordings made freely available in lossless formats by
thousands of volunteers with the permission of the artists. More than
200,000 video items are freely downloadable in a variety of formats,
including the free software video format Ogg Theora. They have been
archiving the Web at large since 1996, making over 150 billion copies of
web pages available to the public through the Wayback Machine. The
Internet Archive has written free software of their own, including
Heretrix, their web crawler (crawler.archive.org), and a free software
version of the Wayback Machine software, in addition to contributing
patches to many other free software projects .

Previos winners of the social benefit award:

* 2008 Creative Commons
* 2007 Groklaw
* 2006 Sahana Disaster Management System
* 2005 Wikipedia

This year's award committee was chaired by Suresh Ramasubramanian and
included Peter H. Salus, Wietse Venema, Lawrence Lessig, Raj Mathur,
Hong Feng, Andrew Tridgell, Jonas Oberg, Verner Vinge, Richard Stallman,
Fernanda G. Weiden and Harald Welte.


About the Free Software Foundation

The Free Software Foundation, founded in 1985, is dedicated to promoting
computer users' right to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute
computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free (as
in freedom) software -- particularly the GNU operating system and its
GNU/Linux variants -- and free documentation for free software. The FSF
also helps to spread awareness of the ethical and political issues of
freedom in the use of software, and its Web sites, located at fsf.org
and gnu.org, are an important source of information about GNU/Linux.
Donations to support the FSF's work can be made at
http://donate.fsf.org. Its headquarters are in Boston, MA, USA.






--
Regards,

Evan M. Inker

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Free Software Award Winners Announced


[Posted March 23, 2010 by ris]


















From: =A0Peter Brown <info-AT-fsf.org>=
;
To: =A0info-press-AT-gnu.org
Subject: =A0[GNU/FSF Press] Free Software Awar=
d
Winners Announced: John Gilmore
and the Internet Archive
Date: =A0Tue, 23 Mar 2010 18:22:43 -0400d>
Message-ID: =A0<0303-at-fsf.org">4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org>
Archive-link: =A0A93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org">Article, root.php?message_id=3D4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org">Thread
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- March 2=
3, 2010 -- The Free Software
Foundation (FSF) announced the winners of =
the annual free software
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conference at Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, MA.

The award for=
the Advancement of Free Software was won by John Gilmore.
The award fo=
r Project of Social Benefit was won by the Internet Archive.
The awards=
were presented by FSF president and founder Richard M. Stallman.


(photographs are available at
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/a>)

Brewster Kahle co-founder and chairman of the Internet Archive =
was at

the ceremony to collect the award and spoke about the work of his
organ=
ization, "We are trying to follow in the footsteps of the free
sof=
tware movement and apply these ideas to the cultural materials layer,

building organizations that are founded on these principals."

J=
ohn Gilmore who had earlier given a presentation at the conference on
t=
he future goals of the free software movement, said on receiving the

award, "Free software has been very good to me, and I'm glad that =
I have
been good to it." The awards committee recognized Gilmore&#=
39;s many
contributions and long term commitment to the free software m=
ovement.


The award citation for John Gilmore read:

As one of the fou=
nders of Cygnus Solutions, Gilmore gave free
software a place in the bu=
siness world long before GNU/Linux became
popular. He is a well-known f=
ree software and freedom activist. He is a

co-founder of the EFF, the alt newsgroup, and a major promoter of
crypt=
ography. He has written or contributed to free software including
the p=
rojects pdtar (which became GNU Tar), GNU UUCP, GNU GDB and
Kerberos. J=
ohn has also promoted free software through his philanthropy,

funding many free software projects including, GNU Radio and GNU Gnash
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and he remains active in advancing the cause of computer user freedom.
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* 2008 Wietse Venema
* 2007 Harald Welte
* 2006 Ted Ts=
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* 2005 Andrew Tridgell
* 2004 Theo de Raadt
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* 2003 Alan Cox
* 2002 Lawrence Lessig
* 2001 Guido van Ros=
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* 2000 Brian Paul
* 1999 Miguel de Icaza
* 1998 Larry =
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* 2006 Saha=
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About the Free Software F=
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--
Regards,

=
Evan M. Inker


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Free Software Award Winners Announced
[Posted March 23, 2010 by ris]

*From*: Peter Brown *To*: info-press-AT-gnu.org *
Subject*: [GNU/FSF Press] Free Software Award Winners Announced: John
Gilmore and the Internet Archive *Date*: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 18:22:43 -0400 *
Message-ID*: <4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org> *Archive-link*:
Article,
Thread

BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- March 23, 2010 -- The Free Software
Foundation (FSF) announced the winners of the annual free software
awards at a ceremony on Saturday March 20, held during the LibrePlanet
conference at Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, MA.

The award for the Advancement of Free Software was won by John Gilmore.
The award for Project of Social Benefit was won by the Internet Archive.
The awards were presented by FSF president and founder Richard M. Stallman.

(photographs are available at
http://www.fsf.org/news/2009-free-software-awards)

Brewster Kahle co-founder and chairman of the Internet Archive was at
the ceremony to collect the award and spoke about the work of his
organization, "We are trying to follow in the footsteps of the free
software movement and apply these ideas to the cultural materials layer,
building organizations that are founded on these principals."

John Gilmore who had earlier given a presentation at the conference on
the future goals of the free software movement, said on receiving the
award, "Free software has been very good to me, and I'm glad that I have
been good to it." The awards committee recognized Gilmore's many
contributions and long term commitment to the free software movement.

The award citation for John Gilmore read:

As one of the founders of Cygnus Solutions, Gilmore gave free
software a place in the business world long before GNU/Linux became
popular. He is a well-known free software and freedom activist. He is a
co-founder of the EFF, the alt newsgroup, and a major promoter of
cryptography. He has written or contributed to free software including
the projects pdtar (which became GNU Tar), GNU UUCP, GNU GDB and
Kerberos. John has also promoted free software through his philanthropy,
funding many free software projects including, GNU Radio and GNU Gnash
and he remains active in advancing the cause of computer user freedom.

John Gilmore joins a distinguished list of previous winners:

* 2008 Wietse Venema
* 2007 Harald Welte
* 2006 Ted Ts'o
* 2005 Andrew Tridgell
* 2004 Theo de Raadt
* 2003 Alan Cox
* 2002 Lawrence Lessig
* 2001 Guido van Rossum
* 2000 Brian Paul
* 1999 Miguel de Icaza
* 1998 Larry Wall


The Award for Projects of Social Benefit is presented annually to a team
or organization that applies free software, or the ideas of the free
software movement, in a way that significantly benefits society. The
award citation for the Internet Archive read:

The Internet Archive is a non-profit founded to build a free and
open Internet library. They provide 1.8 million free public domain and
out of print books in collaboration with libraries all over the world.
They have collected more than 500,000 audio items, including over 70,000
live concert recordings made freely available in lossless formats by
thousands of volunteers with the permission of the artists. More than
200,000 video items are freely downloadable in a variety of formats,
including the free software video format Ogg Theora. They have been
archiving the Web at large since 1996, making over 150 billion copies of
web pages available to the public through the Wayback Machine. The
Internet Archive has written free software of their own, including
Heretrix, their web crawler (crawler.archive.org), and a free software
version of the Wayback Machine software, in addition to contributing
patches to many other free software projects .

Previos winners of the social benefit award:

* 2008 Creative Commons
* 2007 Groklaw
* 2006 Sahana Disaster Management System
* 2005 Wikipedia

This year's award committee was chaired by Suresh Ramasubramanian and
included Peter H. Salus, Wietse Venema, Lawrence Lessig, Raj Mathur,
Hong Feng, Andrew Tridgell, Jonas Oberg, Verner Vinge, Richard Stallman,
Fernanda G. Weiden and Harald Welte.


About the Free Software Foundation

The Free Software Foundation, founded in 1985, is dedicated to promoting
computer users' right to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute
computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free (as
in freedom) software -- particularly the GNU operating system and its
GNU/Linux variants -- and free documentation for free software. The FSF
also helps to spread awareness of the ethical and political issues of
freedom in the use of software, and its Web sites, located at fsf.org
and gnu.org, are an important source of information about GNU/Linux.
Donations to support the FSF's work can be made at
http://donate.fsf.org. Its headquarters are in Boston, MA, USA.






--
Regards,

Evan M. Inker

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Free Software Award Winners Announced


[Posted March 23, 2010 by ris]


















From: =A0Peter Brown <info-AT-fsf.org>=
;
To: =A0info-press-AT-gnu.org
Subject: =A0[GNU/FSF Press] Free Software Awar=
d
Winners Announced: John Gilmore
and the Internet Archive
Date: =A0Tue, 23 Mar 2010 18:22:43 -0400d>
Message-ID: =A0<0303-at-fsf.org">4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org>
Archive-link: =A0A93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org">Article, root.php?message_id=3D4BA93F33.1090303-at-fsf.org">Thread
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- March 2=
3, 2010 -- The Free Software
Foundation (FSF) announced the winners of =
the annual free software
awards at a ceremony on Saturday March 20, hel=
d during the LibrePlanet

conference at Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, MA.

The award for=
the Advancement of Free Software was won by John Gilmore.
The award fo=
r Project of Social Benefit was won by the Internet Archive.
The awards=
were presented by FSF president and founder Richard M. Stallman.


(photographs are available at
09-free-software-awards">http://www.fsf.org/news/2009-free-software-awards<=
/a>)

Brewster Kahle co-founder and chairman of the Internet Archive =
was at

the ceremony to collect the award and spoke about the work of his
organ=
ization, "We are trying to follow in the footsteps of the free
sof=
tware movement and apply these ideas to the cultural materials layer,

building organizations that are founded on these principals."

J=
ohn Gilmore who had earlier given a presentation at the conference on
t=
he future goals of the free software movement, said on receiving the

award, "Free software has been very good to me, and I'm glad that =
I have
been good to it." The awards committee recognized Gilmore&#=
39;s many
contributions and long term commitment to the free software m=
ovement.


The award citation for John Gilmore read:

As one of the fou=
nders of Cygnus Solutions, Gilmore gave free
software a place in the bu=
siness world long before GNU/Linux became
popular. He is a well-known f=
ree software and freedom activist. He is a

co-founder of the EFF, the alt newsgroup, and a major promoter of
crypt=
ography. He has written or contributed to free software including
the p=
rojects pdtar (which became GNU Tar), GNU UUCP, GNU GDB and
Kerberos. J=
ohn has also promoted free software through his philanthropy,

funding many free software projects including, GNU Radio and GNU Gnash
=
and he remains active in advancing the cause of computer user freedom.
<=
br>John Gilmore joins a distinguished list of previous winners:


* 2008 Wietse Venema
* 2007 Harald Welte
* 2006 Ted Ts=
'o
* 2005 Andrew Tridgell
* 2004 Theo de Raadt
=
* 2003 Alan Cox
* 2002 Lawrence Lessig
* 2001 Guido van Ros=
sum

* 2000 Brian Paul
* 1999 Miguel de Icaza
* 1998 Larry =
Wall


The Award for Projects of Social Benefit is presented annua=
lly to a team
or organization that applies free software, or the ideas =
of the free

software movement, in a way that significantly benefits society. The
aw=
ard citation for the Internet Archive read:

The Internet Archiv=
e is a non-profit founded to build a free and
open Internet library. Th=
ey provide 1.8 million free public domain and

out of print books in collaboration with libraries all over the world.
=
They have collected more than 500,000 audio items, including over 70,000 r>live concert recordings made freely available in lossless formats by

thousands of volunteers with the permission of the artists. More than
2=
00,000 video items are freely downloadable in a variety of formats,
inc=
luding the free software video format Ogg Theora. They have been
archiv=
ing the Web at large since 1996, making over 150 billion copies of

web pages available to the public through the Wayback Machine. The
Inte=
rnet Archive has written free software of their own, including
Heretrix=
, their web crawler (
crawler.archive=
.org
), and a free software

version of the Wayback Machine software, in addition to contributing
pa=
tches to many other free software projects <e.org/">http://www.archive.org>.

Previos winners of the socia=
l benefit award:


* 2008 Creative Commons
* 2007 Groklaw
* 2006 Saha=
na Disaster Management System
* 2005 Wikipedia

This year'=
;s award committee was chaired by Suresh Ramasubramanian and
included P=
eter H. Salus, Wietse Venema, Lawrence Lessig, Raj Mathur,

Hong Feng, Andrew Tridgell, Jonas Oberg, Verner Vinge, Richard Stallman, r>Fernanda G. Weiden and Harald Welte.


About the Free Software F=
oundation

The Free Software Foundation, founded in 1985, is dedicate=
d to promoting

computer users' right to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute >computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free (as r>in freedom) software -- particularly the GNU operating system and its >
GNU/Linux variants -- and free documentation for free software. The FSF >also helps to spread awareness of the ethical and political issues of
=
freedom in the use of software, and its Web sites, located at tp://fsf.org">fsf.org

and gnu.org, are an important source of info=
rmation about GNU/Linux.
Donations to support the FSF's work can be=
made at
http://donate.fsf.org. =
Its headquarters are in Boston, MA, USA.







--
Regards,

=
Evan M. Inker


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