Commit c1625a89 authored by Milan Santosi's avatar Milan Santosi

OSAK Protokoll vom 31. Mai 2012

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% Created 2012-04-13 Fri 15:20
% Created 2012-05-07 Mon 18:51
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\title{Free Software, Free Society}
\author{Milan Santosi}
\date{2012-04-12 Thu}
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\item Understanding software
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\frametitle{Considerations about Software}
\item Source Code is a work of authorship, similar but not identical to
works of literature, a cooking recipe, or a musical piece.
\item Side Note: Legally, works of authorship fall under Copyright.
\item Some form of Instruction set to make a machine do something.
\item Condensed knowledge, or information (hence IT).
\frametitle{Considerations about Knowledge}
\item Information has unique, properties, it is not a real commodity and
it cannot easily be contained.
\item From an economic point of view, knowledge is a positive externality.
\item Software, like all knowledge, should be accessible in a democratic
and nondiscriminatory way.
\frametitle{Intellectual ``Property''?}
\frametitle{Intellectual "Property"?}
\item Umbrella term for copyright, patent, trademark and other
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\frametitle{Market implications}
\item In a free market economy monopolies are usually seen as dangerous
and have to be avoided.
\item Monopolies on public goods are really, really bad.
\item Software still generates economic value; however, most is generated
by use, not sale of software.
\item Software patents are in effect monopolies on ideas.
\section{The Four Freedoms}
\frametitle{Freedom 0}
\item You are free to run the program, for any purpose.
\item Not as obvious as it might seem.
\frametitle{Freedom 1}
\item You are free to study how the program works, and change it so it
does your computing as you wish. Access to the source code is a
precondition for this.
\item The user controls the software, not the other way around.
\frametitle{Freedom 2}
\item You are free to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor.
\item Few people realize how important sharing is, in particular sharing
of public goods. Contrary to common propaganda, ideas, techniques, stories,
melodies, images etc. are NOT hurt by sharing. On the contrary,
sharing keeps them alive.
\frametitle{Freedom 3}
\item You are free to distribute copies of your modified versions to
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\frametitle{F/OSS Licensing}
Openness of source is less decisive when one or more of the four
freedoms are formally or effectively taken away.
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\item GPL
\item Copyleft, restrictive, enforces all four freedoms.
\item BSD
\item Non-copyleft, permissive, not all rights have to be conserved.
\end{itemize} % ends low level
\frametitle{On Flash}
Flash is not actually secret but adobe keeps making new versions which
are different, faster than anyone can keep up and make free software
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\frametitle{On non-free formats}
It's bad to distribute recordings in mp3 or any other proprietary
format. Although there is free software to handle those formats,
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\item If you want to support freedom, don't distribute recordings in
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\frametitle{Further reading}
\item Richard Stallman: The GNU Manifesto
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\item Websites
\item \href{}{}
\item \href{}{}
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#+TITLE: Protokoll OSAK 31. Mai 2012
#+DATE: 2012-05-31 Thu
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* Angepeilter Termin fuer die naechste LIP :TERMIN:
- 11.10.2012?
- 18.10.2012?
* Next L.I.P.
** Veranstaltungsnetzwerk ueberhaupt noch machbar / sinnvoll? :CLARIFY:DISCUSS:
- Eventuell Hilfe durch Prof. noetig
** TODO Raumbuchung fruehzeitig! :TODO:IMPORTANT:
** Wahl der Distribution? :DISCUSS:
- Ubuntu Maengel vermehrt: z.b. kein deutsches hunspell paket
* Next K.I.S.S.
- Themenbasierte Vortraege von Workflow-vortraegen von Workshops
- Zeitmanagement! Jeder soll genug Zeit fuer seinen Vortrag haben,
und wenn Teilnehmer mal selber etwas ausprobieren wollen kann es
schon mal laenger dauern.
- Auflistung/Ankuendigung der Vortraege schon bei der LIP (Beamer)
- Werbung machen
- Video AG benachrichtigen
- Vortraege laenger als 20 Minuten evtl. zu zweit halten fuer mehr Abwechslung
- Bei Vortraegen darauf achten, dass nicht allzuviel Overlap entsteht.
- Auch wenn keine 2 Personen etwas auf die gleiche Art und Weise machen
- NPC?? (z.b. "Aetsch, mein git-workflow ist toller als du" :P)
** Vorteile?
- Ist nicht Ubuntu.
** Nachteile?
- Hat ueberhaupt irgendjemand von uns Fedora Erfahrung? (Niklas?)
* Naechste Sitzung <2012-06-21 Thu> :TERMIN:
- Donnerstag, 21. Juni 2012 um 20:00
** TODO [#A] Anmeldungen diesmal ein bisschen frueher!! :IMPORTANT:
** TODO KISS talks
- Frueher bitte (zur naechsten Sitzung am besten): Liste machen, Teams
bilden, wer macht was und wer wuenscht sich was?
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