Harald Welte and Groklaw announced as winners of the FSF's annual free software
awards

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| Groklaw's founder and editor Pamela Jones could not make it to the ceremony
| in person, but Groklaw contributor Dan Bricklin was present to accept on her
| behalf. In a prerecorded audio message, Jones described Groklaw as "a place
| where lawyers and geeks could explain things to each other and work together,
| so they'd understand each other's work better". Jones also emphasized the
| importance of Groklaw's free software approach to its success, "[W]hen you
| have an idea you hope might work, and then to implement it, tweak it, and
| morph it, because other people show up and have ideas that are better than
| yours...and then have people you care about and admire tell you that what you
| are doing matters -- I can't think of a more satisfying feeling."
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http://www.fsf.org/news/2007_free_software_awards


Related:

gpl-violations.org project prevails in court case on GPL violation by D-Link

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| D-Link Germany GmbH, a subsidiary of D-Link Corporation, Taiwan R.O.C.,
| distributed DSM-G600, a network attached storage (NAS) device which uses a
| Linux-based Operating System. *However, this distribution was incompliant
| with the GNU General Public License (GPL) which covers the Linux Kernel and
| many other software programs used in the product.
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http://gpl-violations.org/news/20060...frankfurt.html