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Old 01-10-2006, 08:46 PM   #1
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LXer: High Priority Free Software Projects

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There is a vital need to draw the free software community's attention to the ongoing development work on these particular projects. These projects are important because computer users are continually being seduced into using non-free software, because there is no adequate free replacement. Please support these projects: Free BIOS 3D driver for ATI graphics cards 2.0 (see our call for contributions.) Gnash(GPL Flash movie player) GNU Compiler for Java (This article by Richard Stallman explains the issues with Java.) GNU Classpath



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