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Re: [Fwd: Re: [Chinese-translators] 《自由软件 ,自由社会-Richard M.Stallman选集》中 文

From: Pan Yongzhi
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: [Chinese-translators] 《自由软件 ,自由社会-Richard M.Stallman选集》中 文版计划]
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 20:39:19 +0800
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Bill Xu a écrit :
Thanks Meng Liang, your requests are accept, the latest status:

There are still ten article left to do, please join us..... ;-)....
Table of Contents for Free Software, Free Society
        * Editor's Note
        * A Note on Software
        * Topic Guide
        * Introduction <Pan Yongzhi>
Section One: The GNU Project and Free Software
        * The GNU Project <done, 徐继哲>
        * The GNU Manifesto <杨智>
        * Free Software Definition <done, 徐继哲>
        * Why Software Should Not Have Owners <done, 徐继哲>
* What's in a Name? * Why "Free Software" is Better Than "Open Source" <done, 徐继哲
        * Releasing Free Software if You Work at a University
        * Selling Free Software <done, 徐继哲>
        * Free Software Needs Free Documentation < Li Fanxi >
        * Free Software Song <done, 徐继哲>
Section Two: Copyright, Copyleft, and Patents
        * The Right to Read <Meng Liang>
        * Misinterpreting Copyright - A Series of Errors
        * Science Must 'Push' Copyright Aside <Meng Liang>
        * What is Copyleft? <Li Fanxi>
        * Copyleft: Pragmatic Idealism
        * The Danger of Software Patents
Section Three: Freedom, Society and Software
        * Can You Trust Your Computer? <done, 徐继哲>
        * Why Software Should Be Free <done, 徐继哲>
        * Copyright and Globalization in the Age of Computer Networks
        * Free Software: Freedom and Cooperation <Meng Liang>
        * Words to Avoid
        Section Four: The Licenses
        * GNU General Public License (GPL)
        * GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
        * GNU Free Documentation License (FDL)

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