[Fsf-friends] The Origins of FSF India
raju at linux-delhi.org
Sat Jan 12 00:08:12 IST 2008
On Friday 11 Jan 2008, Frederick Noronha [फ़रेदरिक नोरोनया] wrote:
> The Origins of FSF India
> C V Radhakrishnan started a one-man unit for typesetting documents,
> and grew it into a company that now employs 150 people and is today
> rated No.1 by Elsevier Science for typesetting their journals.
> Radhakrishnan also played an important role in establishing FSF
> India, and his firm, River Valley Technologies, uses only Free
> Software. V. Sasi Kumar of the Centre for Earth Science Studies
> talked to him about the journey with Free Software this far.
Great article, but are you quite sure River Valley Technologies only
uses Free Software? CVR only mentions not using proprietary OSs,
nothing about proprietary software.
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