What was New in 1996 on the GNU Web Site

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December 1996

30 Dec 96
All our pages are Best Viewed with Any Browser.

21 Dec 96
We invite you to the Second Conference on Freely Redistributable Software to be held on 20-21 February 1997 at the San Francisco Hilton in San Francisco, CA, USA.

Here are the

November 1996

26 Nov 96
Added a link on the GNU Software page to Wget, an non-interactive web-mirroring utility.

24 Nov 96
We thank Ewald <ewald@ctaz.net> for just finishing the design of this FSF logo.

23 Nov 96
Added two new mirror sites of this web site http://www.gnu.org: The GNU Project thanks both sites, Yann, and Peter.

10 Nov 96
Information about GNU libc, including the status of forthcoming version 2.

10 Nov 96
A speech that Richard Stallman gave in 1986 (100k characters)
at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.

3 Nov 96
Old editions of GNU's manuals are on sale at reduced prices.

2 Nov 96
We have started a list of unofficial translations of the GPL (GNU General Public License).

October 1996

28 Oct 96
Added a convenient list of GNU manuals and their descriptions and a list of ISBNs for GNU manuals.

25 Oct 96
Added a page to list past, present, and future FSF sponsored conferences.

24 Oct 96
The FSF is calling for papers and tutorials for the Second Conference on Freely Redistributable Software to be held on 20-21 February 1997 at the San Francisco Hilton in San Francisco, CA, USA.

12 Oct 96
Added information on GNU Stow.

September 1996

30 Sep 96
Added information on the Teak desktop project.

20 Sep 96
Added more then one format for the

19 Sep 96
Added advice for running a mirror of this web site.

15 Sep 96
Installed the July 1996 GNU's Bulletin.

6 Sep 96
Added Why Software Should Not Have Owners by Richard Stallman.

August 1996

21 Aug 96
Updated the FSF order form to latest version.

13 Aug 96
This web site, www.gnu.org, announced on the mailing list info-gnu@gnu.org and on the gnUSENET newsgroup gnu.announce.

What was New in Prior Years


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