Yesterday I visited the the exciting “Miguel Agustin Pro Human Rights Center” here in Mexico City and learned about their venture, these past 18 months, into the arena of: copyleft, intellectual property rights, public cultural space. They are a 30 person staff dedicated to legal aspects of human rights, including legal actions. Their entry into this important communications rights field is a good sign for the future of open sources.
My friend,Dennis Smith has sent to me an article written by Carlos Romero Moragas, âCopyleft – Software libre: libertad de conocimiento, libertad de creaciÃ³nâthat I’ve uploaed onto my website. It is a concise, clear description of the copyleft rationale and its implications. I think that every church pastor and every religious education leader should read it because open source computer software affects all of us.