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[FYI -- Raju]
Raju and Fred, thank you! We are looking forwards to networking
with free software activists in India. We are particularly
concerned with the spread of software patents and will be very
interested in any published material regarding legislative
changes in India. I hope to have better news pretty soon when
our web site has improved. Keep up the great work!
S. (Sam) Kritikos
--- Raju Mathur <raju@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Raju Mathur <raju@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2000 09:40:31 +0530 (IST)
> To: "S. (Sam) Kritikos" <metacode@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Free Software/ISTF
> Reply-to: raju@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Hi Sam,
> Got your mail forwarded to a list. Please have a look at
> and let us know if we can help in any way.
> -- Raju
> de-facto convener, India Linux Users' Group, Delhi
> Sam wrote:
> The Internet Societal Task Force (http://www.istf.org) is a
> non-profit organization established with help from the
> Internet Society (http://www.isoc.org), whose mission is to
> "assure the open development, evolution and use of the
> Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the
> One of the ISTF Working Groups (WG) focuses on free/open
> source/public software and intellectual property issues.
> As part of our activities we try to contact groups around
> the world working on similar issues and document efforts to
> promote free software at the policy level. We would be very
> interested in contacting people with similar interests in
> your country. In particular we look for information on:
> * government efforts to adopt free software
> * computer science courses that use free software
> * activist groups or individuals interested in free software
> * policies regarding software patents and standards
> Your response would be appreciated
> S. (Sam) Kritikos
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