Glyn Moody wrote an article for ComputerWorld UK entitled The Other Side of Openness: Licence Enforcement (archive.org link) about my old blog post about Conservancy's GPL enforcement, my transition in roles at Conservancy, and a post I made on email@example.com mailing list telling some stories about politics of GPL enforcement.
Bruce Byfield interviewed me for story for Linux Magazine entitled Wanted: A Free Accounting Application for Non-Profits about Software Freedom Conservancy's fundraising campaign for NPO accounting software.
Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier quotes me in an article entitled, Evergreen Joins the Software Freedom Conservancy on the Linux.com blog. The discussion is about what's been happening with Conservancy since I started full-time there.
Brian Proffitt mentions me in an IT World article, Singling out OSS projects for FUD and profit, which responds to Mark Radcliffe's FUD about GPL and how it relates to Android. Correct, Brian, I don't believe in witches and I certainly don't hunt them.
Ryan Paul quoted me in an Ars Technica article entitled Oracle spurns LibreOffice, wants to give OOo to Apache Foundation. The quote is taken from my blog post on the topic.
Articles on Linux Planet, Ars Technica, Network World, H-Oline, Linux Weekly News, IT Wire and Slashdot covered the story when Conservancy got a default judgment against Westinghouse for BusyBox GPL violations.
Here are a few news stories that quoted me while covered the GPL enforcement lawsuit by SFLC and Conservancy in December 2009.
The slashdot story links to the previous day's Ars Technica article by Ryan Paul, about that blog post, relating it to current events. then Emil Protalinski then wrote a follow-up Ars Technica article that covers the ongoing story.
A few days later, the same story got coverage on techdirt.com.
Peter Galli quoted me in an article entitled Free Software Foundation Targets RTLinux for GPL Violations, and Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols quoted me in an article entitled Whither FSF? Group faces more challenges than ever.
perljvm: Using B to Facilitate a Perl Port To the Java Virtual Machine. (available as HTML, Postscript, PDF, ASCII Text, and POD) was published at The Perl Conference 4.0 in Monterey, CA, USA (pages 17-23 in proceedings). This paper received the 2000 Damian Conway Award for Best Technical Paper.
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