FSMK Newsletter Volume 10

The start of the year 2012 brings in a lot of new tasks and activities for FSMK, and we want to keep ourselves busy for the rest of the year with more enthusiasm and more encouragement.

We present to you FSMK Newsletter - January 2012.

In this edition, we look back into some of the challenges FSMK faced during the course of our journey and would like to hear suggestions to overcome them. Other articles written focus on the...

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 09

In this August edition of the FSMK Newsletter, we are featuring some important debates pertaining to the bigger ideals of the Free Software movement.

The editorial tackles the double standards, or more aptly the digital divide that the IT revolution has brought about, keeping conditions in India and other developing countries in mind.

First of the article is the justification message posted by Greg Maxwell on bit-torrent...

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 08

Hurrraaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!

Here comes the revamped FSMK Newsletter, after quite a delay.
With apologies, we assure to be more consistent this time around :)

Working during this period of time, FSMK has identified numerous tasks to be completed in the Free Software domain in Karnataka.

FSMK's current General Body has formed 7 different committees, each to take up prominent tasks; rejuvenating the...

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 07

We are bringing up some issues we think are important in the Indian context. Through the editorial, we are discussing the issue of Digital Divide. We feel this topic is rarely discussed amongst free software groups, though we live in a Indian situation.The plight of the last man in India and his digital connection. Mostly our discussions have been around 'freedom', 'choice'. As P Sainath says "if people had a choice they would have had food...

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 06

FSMK is releasing another edition of its Newsletter.

We have already discussed lot of policies and politics of free-software. It has enhanced the importance of FSMK day by day. Today we are interacting with many people like you. It is ultimately propagating the necessity of free-software and the message of freedom!

Come and join the hands of FSMK and be part of a freedom movement.

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 05

Dear Friend,

FSMK releasing its fifth consecutive news letter.

We are glad to receive your comments whether it is a criticism or praise..

Write to us and distribute this edition to as much of your contacts as possible.

We welcome you to have your name on one of the articles in the forthcoming editions.

 

Thanks and Regards,
FSMK EB Team.

 

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 4

FSMK saga continues..

The fourth Newsletter from FSMK is here..

FSMK is greatful to its readers of all walks of likes and life.

We are glad to receive your comments whether it is a criticism or praise..

Write to us and distribute this edition to as much of your contacts as possible.

We welcome you to have your name on one of the articles in the forthcoming editions.

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 3

Dear Friend,

FSMK releasing its third consecutive news letter.
We are proud to say this because of the responses and encouragement you gave us.
This time also there are enough and more reasons to read the complete news letter in single attempt.

We are raising some serious issues in the Indian context through the Editorial.

Dr. Sabyasachi Chatterjee is talking about patent issues.

Ranjan an FSMK...

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 2

Dear all,

We welcome all the members, sympathizers and critics of FSMK to the second edition of our News Letter. This edition discusses different topics that ranges from technical, philosophical, free software politics and activism in depth and breadth.

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FSMK Newsletter Volume 1

Dear all,

We welcome all the members, sympathizers and critics of FSMK to the first edition of our News Letter. This is a medium where we can share our thoughts in technical, philosophical and free software politics in its depth and breadth.

We primarily focus on "Free Knowledge" and anything concerned to it. Our scientific understanding is that only a 'mass movement' in the Free Software domain can bring about the various...

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