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Ricardus Stallman

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Nativitas: 16 Martii 1953; Novum Eboracum
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae
Nomen nativum: Richard Matthew Stallman

Officium

Munus: programmer, computer scientist, lecturer, blogger, software developer, short story writer, columnist, researcher, science fiction writer, artificial intelligence researcher
Patronus: Fundatio programmaturae liberae

Consociatio

Factio: Green Party of the United States
Religio: atheist

Memoria

Laurae: MacArthur Fellowship, Grace Murray Hopper Award, EFF Pioneer Award, Takeda Awards, Internet Hall of Fame, Yuri Rubinsky Memorial Award, ACM Software System Award, Honorary doctoral degree of the Pierre and Marie Curie University

Ricardus Stallman (natus Manhatae in Novo Eboraco die 16 Martii 1953) est conditor Motus Programmaturae Liberae, in quo persona principalis est. Die 27 Septembris 1983 programmata liberas pro proposito GNU creare coepit. Gradum baccalaurei artis magna cum laude accepit in Universitate Harvardiana. Conditor est religionis satiricae Church of Emacs (ecclesia Emacs). Opera eius sunt programma editorium Emacs et compilator GCC et GDB et alia sub licentia coepti GNU. Programmatibus proprietatriis, litteris patentibus programmatum, aliisque restrictionibus liberatatis repugnat.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Stallman, Richard M; Sussman, Gerald J (November 1975). Heuristic Techniques in Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis. CAS-22 (11). IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems 
  • Stallman, Richard M; Sussman, Gerald J (1977). Forward Reasoning and Dependency-Directed Backtracking in a System for Computer-Aided Circuit analysis. Artificial Intelligence 9. pp. 135–196 
  • Reevaluating Copyright: The Public Must Prevail, from the Oregon Law Review of Spring 1996[1]
  • Stallman, Richard M (2009). Viewpoint: Why "open source" misses the point of free software. Communications of the ACM 52(6). pp. 31–33 
  • Stallman, Richard M (2010). Is digital inclusion a good thing? How can we make sure it is?. 48. Communications Magazine, IEEE. pp. 112–118 
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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Stallman, Richard. "Reevaluating Copyright: The Public Must Prevail". Oregon Law Review (Spring, 1996)