About this site
The importance of freedom
- Open Source is fashionable
- Fauxpen source "evangelists" claim to be leaders (who are they leading... and to where?)
- Code of Conduct drama and "enforcement"
- Manipulation by "non uploading programmers" - this non uploading needs to be revised to developers only!
I'm not doing that.... I don't want any part of that.
Stand up for your values. Hold your head up. Step out of the shadows and stand tall. Speak up. Find the courage. Meet the challenge.
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Here are a few things about me
I chase Copyright, Trademark and Patent stories and the impact to the victims as well as our culture. Author, Developer. 2000 May Computer Science degree 2002 December Multimedia writing and technical communications degree 2008 May Technology (Information Technology emphasis graphics) graduate degree with post bac certificate completion in technical communications.
In January 1998, I took a computer science course at Arizona State University - this course changed my life. The professor, row, a PhD candidate, taught us not to code... but concepts and about community. We were in slashdot, learned about the DMCA and discussed current events.
I was fortunate, #blessed to come up with mentors and peers like Peter Junger, Wendy Seltzer, Dennis Karjala and mingle with Robin Gross, John Gilmore and others.
In 2001 RMS insisted I work on the Digital Speech Project (now Defective by Design) as an advisory committee member and intern at the Free Software Foundation. I wanted to perform technical communications tasks but was told to work on this project instead.
For years, I silently served the community in many ways that include but are not limited to training, development, editing documentation and encouraging community.
I am happy to share all this content in the public domain - so novice... A tripod would have helped...