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The management team of the Free Software Foundation has resigned, following the stepping down of executive director, John Sullivan, on 29 March.

Published in Open Source

The executive director of the Free Software Foundation, John Sullivan, has quit after 18 years in the job, even as the organisation is mired in controversy over allowing its founder, Richard Stallman, back on to the board.

Published in Open Source

Alyssa Rosenzweig, leader of the Panfrost project that aims to reverse engineer and create a free driver for the Mali series of graphics processing units, has received the Free Software Foundation's 2021 Award for Outstanding New Free Software Contributor.

Published in Open Source
Tuesday, 28 November 2017 23:17

Former CTO takes up chief exec role at Elabor8

Australian business consulting firm Elabor8 has boosted its executive team with the appointment of 30-year ICT industry veteran John Sullivan as its new chief executive.

Published in People Moves

The Linux Foundation has blocked access to an article on its website about what are claimed to be the legal risks posed by open source software after its publication came in for criticism by members of the FOSS community.

Published in Open Source
Saturday, 07 April 2012 13:39

Why we need the GPL more than ever

It's been a while since someone came along, arguing that the GNU General Public Licence isn't needed any more and clearly stating their motivation for doing so.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 17 February 2012 11:59

GPL use in Debian on the rise: study

A recent study by a free software advocate has found that the use of the GNU General Public Licence family in the Debian GNU/Linux Project has been growing over the last seven years.

Published in Open Source

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