It seems to me that the folks that brought us Fuduntu and will soon be bringing us FuSE (assuming openSUSE has no issues with it) are primarily interested in presenting interesting alternatives for the desktop linux community.
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Aiming my sights at my long term goal, I’ve been thinking about ways to improve my writing. In the next few years I’m going to be revising my Nanowrimo novels, which I think will help me gain a lot of perspective on refinement and what my future works really need. Since my long term goal however is live-action film, with a script performed by actors, I really need to exercise my script-writing skills as well.
I love free culture. Free is an ambiguous word in English in a way that it isn’t ambiguous in many other languages. Our word “free” encompasses the meanings of freedom, rights, and a price tag of $0.00. Some people in the free culture movement like to distinguish these two meanings, but I see no problem in conflating them. Continue reading
Free culture is basically the shared belief that information that can be copied at no cost and no effective lost of value, should be available freely not only to use, but to edit and redistribute without restriction as well. On top of that many contributors to the free culture movement make content available for free even at a loss, with the belief that it benefits society and may gain them some recognition in the process. Some might argue that the value of this recognition is compensation enough for their efforts. Continue reading