[Fsfe-ie] Fwd: Connections to opponents of the European Patent Court
ben at redfrontdoor.org
Sat Jun 7 16:20:27 CEST 2014
This list (fsfe-ie) is probably the best place for people to sign up.
Ole, if there are existing materials, could you send them to me
On 4 June 2014 00:11, Ole Tange <ole at tange.dk> wrote:
> If people want to help you out, how do they sign up? Do people know this?
> On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 10:32 PM, Ben North <ben at redfrontdoor.org> wrote:
>> Thanks, Ole, Pádraig, for passing this on.
>> I'm not aware of any direct political connections, unfortunately.
>> IFSO is fairly resource-constrained at the moment, but have FSFE got
>> materials that we could turn into something to send to the Irish MEPs?
>> Our European elections have just taken place, so now might be a good
>> time to get our points across to new and returning MEPs.
>> On 28 May 2014 13:01, Ole Tange <ole at tange.dk> wrote:
>>> Software patents are bad. The EU-Patent court will probably allow for
>>> software patents => EU-Patent court is bad.
>>> Sunday we had a referendum on the UPC and unfortunately Denmark
>>> voted yes. Ireland will also have a referendum at some unspecified
>>> time, but it will be good to get things going - the sooner the better.
>>> A lot of the material we used in Denmark can be re-used in Ireland, a
>>> lot of the setup could be copied to Ireland, and we could learn from
>>> the mistakes we did in DK.
>>> I would therefore like to get in touch with people who are willing to
>>> work on this.
>>> If you know any Irish that are not fond of software patents, could you
>>> poke them and ask them to get in contact with me?
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