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:A~ @title, Sam Williams, Second Edition Revisions by Richard M. Stallman
-1~pre2 [Publisher Information] -#
+1~pub [Publisher Information] -#
This is /{Free as in Freedom 2.0: Richard Stallman and the Free Soft-ware Revolution}/ , a revision of /{Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman’s Crusade for Free Software}/. -#
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ ISBN: 9780983159216 -#
The cover photograph of Richard Stallman is by Peter Hinely. The PDP-10 photograph in Chapter 7 is by Rodney Brooks. The photo-graph of St. IGNUcius in Chapter 8 is by Stian Eikeland -#
-1~ Foreword by Richard M. Stallman
+1~forword Foreword by Richard M. Stallman
I have aimed to make this edition combine the advantages of my knowledge and Williams' interviews and outside viewpoint. The reader can judge to what extent I have achieved this.
@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ In this edition, the complete system that combines GNU and Linux is always "GNU/
I would like to thank John Sullivan for his many useful criticisms and suggestions.
-1~ Preface by Sam Williams
+1~preface Preface by Sam Williams
This summer marks the 10th anniversary of the email exchange that set in motion the writing of /{Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software}/ and, by extension, the work prefaced here, /{Richard Stallman and the Free Software Revolution}/.
@@ -2723,7 +2723,7 @@ Moglen says that moment, more than any other, drove home the elemental simplicit
"It was funny," recalls Moglen. "I said to him, 'Richard, you know, you and I are the two guys who didn't make any money out of this revolution.' And then I paid for the lunch, because I knew he didn't have the money to pay for it."~{ RMS: I never refuse to let people treat me to a meal, since my pride is not based on picking up the check. But I surely did have the money to pay for lunch. My income, which comes from around half the speeches I give, is much less than a law professor's salary, but I'm not poor. }~
-1~ Epilogue from Sam Williams: Crushing Loneliness
+1~epilogue Epilogue from Sam Williams: Crushing Loneliness
[RMS: Because this chapter is so personally from Sam Williams, I have indicated all changes to the text with square brackets or ellipses, and I have made such changes only to clear up technical or legal points,and to remove passages that I found to be hostile and devoid of information. I have also added notes labeled 'RMS:' to respond to certain points. Williams has also changed the text of this chapter; changes made by Williams are not explicitly indicated.]
@@ -2966,7 +2966,7 @@ While I'm sure not every reader feels the same level of affinity for Stallman...
-1~ Appendix A - Hack, Hackers and Hacking
+1~appendix_A Appendix A - Hack, Hackers and Hacking
={ hackers +18 }
To understand the full meaning of the word "hacker," it helps to examine the word's etymology over the years.
@@ -3028,7 +3028,7 @@ The urge to confine the culture of computer hacking within the same ethical boun
Once a vague item of obscure student jargon, the word "hacker" has become a linguistic billiard ball, subject to political spin and ethical nuances. Perhaps this is why so many hackers and journalists enjoy using it. We cannot predict how people will use the word in the future.We can, however, decide how we will use it ourselves. Using the term "cracking" rather than "hacking," when you mean "security breaking,"shows respect for Stallman and all the hackers mentioned in this book,and helps preserve something which all computer users have benefited from: the hacker spirit.
={ crackers }
-1~ Appendix B - GNU Free Documentation License
+1~appendix_B Appendix B - GNU Free Documentation License
={ GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License) +64 ;
GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) +64
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If your document contains nontrivial examples of program code,we recommend releasing these examples in parallel under your choice of free software license, such as the GNU General Public License, to permit their use in free software.
-1~ Colophon
+1~colophon Colophon
The front and back covers of this book were designed and produced by Rob Myers using Inkscape, the free software vector graphics program. Jeanne Rasata also contributed to the cover design.