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SFP#16: Free Software in France with Hugo Roy

09 September 2022

In this episode of the Software Freedom Podcast, Bonnie Mehring speaks with Hugo Roy about his long involvement with the FSFE. Hugo is also very active in the French Free Software community and gives us an overview of the standing of Free Software in France.  

SFP#12: Enforcement of the GNU GPL with Till Jaeger

22 September 2021

With our 12th episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we dig into the history and the beginning of enforcing Free Software licences, especially the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL). Together with Till Jaeger, who has been working alongside Harald Welte for enforcing the GNU GPL in the first court cases in Germany, we talk about the long way we have come since those early days.  

SFP#9: I Love Free Software Day

11 February 2021

For this episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we talk about the background of the "I Love Free Software Day" and how it all began 11 years ago. Discover together with Bonnie Mehring why Free Software developers, advocates, activists and contributors think this special day is so important for Free Software.  

SFP#8: How to tell my mother that Free Software can cost money?

04 December 2020

In this Software Freedom Podcast episode Bonnie Mehring and Matthias Kirschner talk about the monetary costs of Free Software. On the example of a conversation Bonnie had with her mother, both discover ways of explaining the world of Free Software and how to answer common questions and misunderstandings about software freedom.  

Katharina Nocun, Lawrence Lessig and Matthias Kirschner while recording the Software Freedom Podcast

SFP#5 about regulation with Professor Lawrence Lessig

09 April 2020

For our Software Freedom Podcast we talk with people who have inspiring ideas about software freedom. In this episode, we talk with Professor Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons, about regulation of society, offline as well as online, about the different means of regulation, and shed light on regulations through code. 

SFP#4 about REUSE with Carmen Bianca Bakker

21 January 2020

In the monthly Software Freedom Podcast we talk with people who have inspiring ideas about software freedom. In this episode, we talk with Carmen Bianca Bakker about the REUSE project. By this we are covering the very broad topic of software licensing and the problems there, which REUSE is able to solve with three simple steps.  

SFP#2 about KDE with Lydia Pintscher

12 November 2019

We are back with the second episode of our Software Freedom Podcast! Once a month, we talk with people who have inspiring ideas about software freedom. In this episode, we talk with Lydia Pintscher from KDE about the development of the KDE community, the different KDE projects and the issues they will be tackling over the next two years.  

SFP#1 zum Tag Gegen DRM mit Cory Doctorow

12 October 2019

Wir haben einen Podcast! Beginnend mit dieser Episode werden wir, einmal im Monat mit Personen sprechen, die inspirierende Ideen zu Freier Software haben. In unserer ersten Episode des Software Freedom Podcasts adressieren wir Probleme von DRM zusammen mit Cory Doctorow, dem britisch-kanadischen Schriftsteller und politischem Aktivisten, sowie Co-Autor des Blogs boingboing.net. Außerdem ist er ein prominenter Unterstützer von Softwarefreiheit und weniger restriktiven Urheberrechtsgesetzen. Seine Bücher sind unter Creative-Commons-Lizenzen veröffentlicht.