FSF offers "GNU Bucks" for finding nonfree works in free distributions
[Announcements] Posted Oct 1, 2009 22:37 UTC (Thu) by cook
The Free Software Foundation has announced its new "GNU Bucks" bounty program.
Software Foundation (FSF) today announced that it will begin rewarding
those who find and report any nonfree components in free software
operating system distributions with public recognition and "GNU
Bucks." The FSF maintains a list of guidelines covering what it means
to be a free distribution, and endorses distributions that commit to
meeting those guidelines.
"By spurring users to find and report problems, this new
awards program will help make sure that the FSF-endorsed free
distributions of GNU/Linux stay really and truly free," said FSF
executive director Peter Brown."
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