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    Software in the Public Interest
    Contributed by Joy on Friday, November 03 @ 20:32:11 GMT

    Debian
    Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
    is the non-profit corporation that was set up to handle money and legal issues
    for Debian. It expanded to sponsor many other Free Software projects, according to its set of goals. We're trying to revive the
    interest in the organization, in order to attract more
    members (a membership page will be set up soon) and to get more
    donations. Comments, suggestions and all offers for help are welcome.

     
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    What is SPI? (Score: 1)
    by xah on Saturday, November 04 @ 15:53:56 GMT
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    What is SPI? I go to the web site, and I can't figure what they're up to. I'm a Debian-using law student who would like to get involved with legal projects that aim to help the free & open source software community. Is that what SPI does? Thanks.

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