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[Fsfe-france] Re: Software Patents

From: Tom E. Turner
Subject: [Fsfe-france] Re: Software Patents
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 17:10:35 -0400

   Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 16:31:59 +0200

   Tom E. Turner writes:
    > How about doing  mirror on 
    > The League for Programming Freedom 
    > web site at http://lpf.ai.mit.edu?

           That would be an idea. I'm concerned by the fact that lpf is
   bound to Free Software. There is no point mirroring information other
   than doing it in such a way that it's not linked to Free Software. 
   I'm under the impression that the lpf is very much associated to the
   Free Software movement. Am I wrong ? 

The League for Programming Freedom was founded in 1989 to fight Apple and 
Lotus "look and feel" software user-interface patents.  Legally the LPF is 
independent from the FSF and GNU.  See 

I am moving the lpf.ai.mit.edu site to a faster IBM PC soon and
will search and build a list-of-links such as...

Google's at 
And Bitlaw's at
And other's at

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