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There's been plenty of good news in the last few weeks. Not enough to write full blog entries on, but here's a list, newest first:
- 2007-03-05: Free software is nothing to fear (about the term)
- 2007-03-02: The Fedora GNU+Linux distro looks to be moving closer to being fully free software - following the lead of gNewSense.