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Hamburg, April 30th, 2002

Recommendation

of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSF Europe)
and supporting parties
for the
Proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the rules for the participation of undertakings, research centres and universities and for the dissemination of research results for the implementation of the European Community framework programme 2002--2006

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More supporting parties


ObjectWeb Consortium
 http://www.objectweb.org

Redesign s.r.l.
 via Enrico Cosenz,16
 20157 Milano, Italy
 http://www.redesign.it

The 1990 Trust
 Room 12, Winchester House
 9 Cranmer Road
 London SW9 6EJ, United Kingdom
 http://www.blink.org.uk
 http://healthweb.blink.org.uk

Ynternet.org 
 CP 584, place du tunnel 18
 1000 Lausanne 17, Switzerland
 http://ynternet.org/

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