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  1. Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman by Richard M. Stallman, Joshua Gay, 2009-12-30
  2. GNU Make: A Program for Directed Compilation by Richard M. Stallman, Roland McGrath, 2002-01-01
  3. Using GCC: The GNU Compiler Collection Reference Manual for GCC 3.3.1 by Richard M. Stallman, 2003-10
  4. Debugging with GDB: The GNU Source-Level Debugger by Richard M. Stallman, Roland Pesch, et all 2002-01-01
  5. Texinfo: The GNU Documentation Format by Robert J. Chassell, Richard M. Stallman, 1999-12
  6. Using and porting GNU CC by Richard M Stallman, 1993
  7. Gnu Make by Richard M. Stallman, Roland McGrath, 1996-12
  8. GNU Emacs Manual Version 20 by Richard M. Stallman, 1997-07
  9. The GNU C Library Reference Manual by Sandra Loosemore, Richard M. Stallman, 2001-07-01
  10. Bison Manual: Using the YACC-Compatible Parser Generator by Charles Donnelly, Richard M. Stallman, 2002-08-01
  11. Debugging with Gdb: The Gnu Source-Level Debugger, for Gdb Version 4.18 by Richard M. Stallman, 1999-02-01
  12. Using The Gnu Compiler Collection: A Gnu Manual For Gcc Version 4.3.3 by Richard M. Stallman, GCC DeveloperCommunity, 2009-03-20
  13. GNU Emacs Manual, For Version 21, 15th Edition by Richard M. Stallman, 2002-08-01
  14. Gnu Emacs Manual: Eleventh Edition, Version 19.29 June 1995 by Richard M. Stallman, 1995-06

1. Stallman, Richard M., 1953- | D2R Server For The Gutenberg Project
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2. Richard Stallman - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Stallman, Richard M; Sussman, Gerald J (November 1975). Heuristic Techniques in ComputerAided Circuit Analysis. CAS-22 (11). IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems.
Richard Stallman
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Richard Matthew Stallman
Richard Stallman at the University of Pittsburgh Born March 16, 1953
New York City
New York United States Nationality United States Other names rms Alma mater Harvard University Occupation President of the Free Software Foundation Free software movement GNU Emacs Website Richard Matthew Stallman (born March 16, 1953), often shortened to rms, is an American software freedom activist and computer programmer . In September 1983, he launched the GNU Project to create a free Unix-like operating system, and has been the project's lead architect and organizer. With the launch of the GNU Project, he initiated the free software movement ; in October 1985 he founded the Free Software Foundation Stallman pioneered the concept of copyleft and he is the main author of several copyleft licenses including the GNU General Public License , the most widely used free software license Since the mid-1990s, Stallman has spent most of his time advocating for free software, as well as campaigning against both software patents Emacs the GNU Compiler Collection the GNU Debugger and many tools in the GNU Coreutils . He co-founded the League for Programming Freedom in 1989.

3. Scientific Commons Forward Reasoning And Dependency-Directed
Stallman, Richard M., Sussman, Gerald Jay; Abstract We present a rulebased system for computer-aided circuit analysis. The set of rules, called EL, is written in a rule language
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4. Richard Stallman
Stories involving Stallman.
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    - Jan 1993
    Is Stallman Stalled?

    One of the Greatest Programmers Alive saw a future where all software was free. Then Reality set in.
    "The word 'Free' doesn't refer to price; it refers to freedom," said Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation.
    RELATED READING [an error occurred while processing this directive] Web Sites On this site you'll find information about founder of the Free Software Foundation Richard Stallman . There's a link to his GNU Manifesto and a history of the free, Unix-compatible system.
    See the Hotwired Japan interview with the hacker who believes in and creates this free software.
    Other Stories
    - Aug 1997
    The Greatest OS That (N)ever Was

    Linus Torvalds and thousands of disparate hackers created Linux, perhaps the only alternative to Windows NT. It may be the greatest software story never completed. The recursively named effort - "What's GNU? GNU's Not Unix" - was begun in 1984 by Richard Stallman as a reaction against some of the draconian rules imposed on software users by vendors. - Jun 1997 101 Ways to Save Apple An assessment of what can be done to fix a once-great company.

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6. The Encyclopedia Of Computer Languages
Stallman, Richard M. EMACS the extensible, customizable selfdocumenting display editor pp147-156 (1981) STM 1981 (1981) SIGPLAN Notices 16(06) June 1981, also Proceedings of the

7. Nikolai Bezroukov. Portraits Of Open Source Pioneers. Ch.3 Prince Kropotkin Of S
Portrait of the man and his anarchistic GNU project.

8. Stallman, Richard M - Definition Of Stallman, Richard M By Webster's Online Dict
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9. Texinfo : The GNU Documentation Format | 9781882114672 | Chassell, Robert J. | B
Texinfo The GNU Documentation Format Chassell, Robert J.; Stallman, Richard M. ISBN10 1882114671 ISBN-13 9781882114672

10. ZDNet Interview GNU Guru Richard Stallman
Mainly about the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act UCITA.

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12. The Encyclopedia Of Computer Languages
Stallman, Richard M., EMACS Manual for TOPS20 Users , MIT AI Memo 556, 1981 (1981) Internal error SAYVAR Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'tblPeople

13. LG #37
Or Minutes to the NYSIA/WWWAC Software Summit. Long and very entertaining account of one person s encounter with Stallman and his ideas, in the context of a trade show.
"Linux Gazette... making Linux just a little more fun!
An Ode to Richard Stallman (Or Minutes to the NYSIA/WWWAC Software Summit) By Stephen Adler I recently attended the New York Software Summit held at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in NYC. This was a joint conference sponsored by the New York Software Industry Association ( ) and the world Wide Web Artists Consortium ( ). I, being a subscriber to the LXNY mailing list ( ), was informed of this event by Jay Sulzberger, who was moderating a panel titled "The Free Software Movement, Open Source, and the Coming Free Market in OSes". I found the subject of this panel to be rather close to my heart, but being a 70 mile commute into NYC for me, I thought I would pass it up. I read the rest of Jay's announcing e-mail and saw two words which would eventually changed my mind. Richard Stallman. He was going to be on the panel and as it turned out, this was too much of an incentive for me to pass up. What follows is probably too much text to describe the event, but then, I'm drawn to the subject and I can't help myself. So please forgive my indulgence. Day -1) It was a busy day for me. Rather a busy week for that matter. I have just started working on this new experiment called

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15. Emacs - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Stallman, Richard M (2002). GNU Emacs Manual (15th ed.). GNU Press. ISBN 1882114-85-X. http// Stallman, Richard M (2002).
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the text editor. For the Apple Macintosh computer model, see eMac . For EMACs in chemistry, see Extended metal atom chains Not to be confused with E-mu Emax Emacs
GNU Emacs 23.1.1, the first release to feature antialiased fonts on X Original author(s) Richard Stallman Developer(s) the GNU project Initial release 1976, 33–34 years ago Stable release (May 8, 2010 ; 5 months ago Preview release None Written in C ... License GNU Website Emacs (pronounced /ˈiːmæks/ ) is a class of feature-rich text editors , usually characterized by their extensibility. Emacs has, perhaps, more editing commands than other editors, numbering over 1,000 commands. It also allows the user to combine these commands into macros to automate work. Development began in the mid-1970s and continues actively as of 2010 [update] . Emacs text editors are most popular with technically proficient computer users and computer programmers . The most popular version of Emacs is GNU Emacs citation needed a part of the GNU project , which is commonly referred to simply as "Emacs".

16. Salon 21st | The Saint Of Free Software
By Andrew Leonard. Maverick Richard Stallman keeps the faith; and gives Bill Gates the finger. Entertaining true life reporter s experience of time spent with Stallman.
T A B L E T A L K Do you love your Palm Pilot? Discuss how to get the most out of these cool little gadgets in the Digital Culture area of Table Talk R E C E N T L Y Just the facts, RAM
By Christopher Ott
Do computers in the classroom promote a conservative vision of education?
iMac: iLove it or iHate it

By Janelle Brown and Scott Rosenberg
Is Apple's new blue bombshell a hit or a dud? A debate
Why kids don't need computers

By Andrew Leonard
Don't feel guilty about not buying your toddler a Pentium, a new book argues
The Xy files

By Amy Virshup For the rest of the world, XyWrite is history but to its devotees, the antiquated word processor still rules Revolt of the couch potatoes By Howard Wen When TV fans want to save a favorite show from cancellation, they organize online. But do the networks care? BROWSE THE 21ST FEATURES ARCHIVES MAVERICK RICHARD STALLMAN KEEPS THE FAITH AND GIVES BILL GATES THE FINGER. BY ANDREW LEONARD W hen Richard Stallman gave Bill Gates the finger in front of Stanford's computer science building, I got nervous. No, it wasn't the real Bill Gates it was just his name, engraved in giant letters over the main entrance to the 2-year-old, Gates-funded building. But it didn't seem like a Stanford thing to do. The campus is immaculately manicured, dotted with picture-postcard palm trees and squeaky-clean students. It's just not a flipping-the-bird kind of place.

17. Richard Stallman's Personal Page
Richard Stallman's Personal Page. Founder of GNU Project and Free Software Foundation, father and current maintainer of the One True Emacs. Read the Master in a background of
Richard Stallman's Personal Home Page
Political Articles Political Notes Travel Experiences Travel Photos ... Thanks Site search: advanced Send comments/questions about the search engine to: halfcountplus at intergate dot com RSS site feed for the most recent Political notes and news items.
This is the personal web site of Richard Stallman.
The views expressed here are my personal views, not those of the Free Software Foundation or the GNU Project
Californians: yes on proposition 19 (legalize marijuana), no on proposition 23 (don't eliminate climate protection). Also no on proposition 26 (its passage would impede environmental protection). The largest part of the site is the political notes , and they are typically updated every day.
I am looking for volunteers to browse various sites and show me items that I ought to see and link to. If you would like to help me in this way, please write to rms at gnu dot o r g. I am trying to make a list of the photos people like best , among those I have taken and posted here. Please look in

18. Stallman - Definition By
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19. Linux Today - Richard Stallman -- 15 Years Of Free Software
By Stallman brief article taking stock of 15 years of progress; with feedback responses.

20. Philosophy Of The GNU Project - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
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