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What's New in 2007 about the GNU Project

Coming Events | Keeping Up With GNU/FSF | Press Information and Releases

20 December 2007
Celebrate GnuPG's 10th birthday!
25 November 2007
The GNU Affero General Public License version 3 has been released.
24 October 2007
A new printed edition of the GNU Emacs manual is now available, covering the latest release of Emacs (version 22). You can help support the Free Software Foundation by ordering a copy.
4 August 2007
Participate in Trophees du Libre, an award for Free Software projects in various categories, focused on unknown and innovative projects. The deadline for registrations is October 1st.
29 June 2007
The FSF has released the GNU General Public License, version 3 and the Lesser GNU General Public License, version 3!
31 May 2007
The FSF has released the fourth and "last call" draft of the GNU General Public License, Version 3. Please read and take advantage of this final opportunity for comment.
20 April 2007
Massachusetts residents can show their support for free software in government by voting on Governor Patrick's website.
12 April 2007
If you are at a university that has a law school, please look at the old course catalogs and tell us when it first used the propaganda term intellectual property in the names of classes.
28 March 2007
The Free Software Foundation has released the third discussion draft of the GNU General Public License, Version 3. The drafting timeline has also been updated. Please review the license and leave your comments!
26 January 2007
Join DefectiveByDesign.org and BadVista.org in warning people about the harms of Windows Vista at Microsoft's celebrity launch party in New York City on Monday, January 29th. Read the details, tell some friends, and let us know if you can make it.
26 January 2007
Sign this petition to show your support for public access to scientific works in the EU.

What was New in Prior Years

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