Dr Richard Stallman
Monday 11th March 7:00pm to 9:00pm
This is a non-technical talk by the founder of the Free Software Foundation.
Richard Stallman is one of the most influential speakers on the topics of Digital Freedoms and Free Software. If you don’t know who “rms” is, or the significance of those initials in lowercase, or even what GNU might be, then you definitely should come along!
Please book on the FSF website to reserve a space if you definitely know that you will come along. Please also consider adding your email to the FSF events maillist there for any other future events nearby.
(Talks by rms normally attract many hundreds of attendees, so best check now to gain a place.)
Monday 11th March 7:00pm to 9:00pm, at:Room B52, Business School South
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG8 1BB
Road, rail and bus directions are given here. The talk is in the Business School South Building, “7” on this campus map (pdf). Please enter at the main entrance on the north side of the building. There is campus pay-and-display parking available free of cost for the evening.
Guaranteed to be a good talk and fundamental for all our freedoms.
This event is about freedoms and is also free of cost. On the day, we will welcome any donations to the FSF.