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GPL Integrates A Vanguard Of World Revolution

Programmers must be practicing independently to get paid hourly per terminal by domain registrants.

Programmers make no ordinary persons. They are the force to reckon with. GPL has made them that kind of a class. So neither that should keep them unemployed nor they should be doing anything else for livelihood. Sangkrit has reasonably resolved this question forever.

Now programmers must be practicing independently to get paid by domain registrants hourly per terminal for their GPL code. They should not be signing any NCNDs with any corporation or other entities since the code that they create under GPL is the only way to keep them social.

Everybody should signup for free sangkrit.net account to bring everybody’s business online. This makes the best self-employment for everyone and every programmer should be working professionally among them to get paid hourly per terminal. That is the greatest concurrent choice of individual.

Thus people work as personal outlet of the globally distributed order of sangkrit.net and just like everybody else, professional programmers also work as personal outlets. So that they can commercially satisfy many requirement of coding whenever asked by other personal outlets.

Everybody should make such a free sangkrit.net account to help others. That should now become everybody’s hobby. Cooperation is the new buzzword that builds the greatest commonwealth of codebases under GPL to support humanity through internet age.

GPL integrates professional programmers to let them emerge as vanguard of world revolution within this movement to occupy web-space by humankind. Nothing else integrates them that much. Not even Richard Stallman himself.

Next generation of programmers are getting trained while functioning as personal outlets of sangkrit.net as practicing programming is purely online business. They learn on internet practicing necessary programming languages to work for domain registrants and receive payments in their net banking account. They keep the four freedoms intact. That helps the growth at personal outlets.

Your free sangkrit.net account is your admission into this and your net worth at any point of time is your instant dynamic result that changes as well with your caliber.

Distributing Code Under GPL Must Not Get Taxed

Sangkrit insists that professional programmers distributing their code under GPL must not get taxed because their business upgrades civilization in a fast forward way.

Software engineers, following the ‘four freedoms’ as taught by Richard Stallman, are free software programmers. Free software programmers, who earn livelihood as taught by Sangkrit, by serving their code to domain registrants under GPL upon getting paid in hourly per terminal basis, are professional programmers. Such source code is eternally left open for further evolution.

Sangkrit insists that professional programmers, distributing their code under GPL, must not get taxed because their business upgrades civilization in a fast forward way. Like Linux kernel under GPL, has built the modern framework of internet age by running most successful operating systems such as GNU and android.

Smart governments should be inventing smarter incentives for freeing the software within their countries since this can improve public life standards without any government investments.

Free Software Effect Had Ascertained The Freedom Of World-Wide-Web

No how less than Linus Benedict Torvalds was influenced at beginning, founder of World-Wide-Web Tim Berners-Lee was also inspired by Richard Matthew Stallman. Very much like the Linux kernel, World-Wide-Web was about to get released under GPL. He made a request to CERN for doing so. Although before CERN made its mind, he himself switched his request on the basis of an afterthought that big corporations such as IBM would become averse to the process due to licensing issues and finally brought it free in public domain like it has been.

It was the free software effect of free software movement that has actually ascertained the freedom of world-wide-web. Indeed RMS left the greatest impact upon digital era, a lot-lot more than most widely used GPL.

UID Has Become Only Public Harassment

The UID program run by the Government of India deserves all the condemnation for neither succeeding in being unique nor succeeding in identification of its people and for not having adequate legal authority also.

Despite this utter failure in theory and practice more than 35 billion rupees of the people of India are already wasted on an unnecessary exercise of public harassment. The Supreme Court of India ruled that it cannot be made mandatory but openly disregarding this highest judicial decision a few government agencies still force private sector for not to cooperate with people who don’t have a UID.

People of India deserves something certainly better that can get them rid of unnecessary photo identifications and address proofs for fulfilling even essential human requirements. What the government requires doing at first is arranging banking IDs of all its people somehow so that subsidies and other benefits could get directly credited in to their bank accounts by the governments circumventing all possible bureaucratic corruption.

Renaming GNU As GNU/Linux Was The Major-Most Mistake By Free Software Movement

Accommodating a kernel by renaming GNU as GNU/Linux was the major-most mistake by free software movement. Android guys refrained from repeating that mistake as they never bothered to name themselves as Android/Linux.

Just because free software people compromised and agreed to recall GNU as GNU/Linux, there occurred all the confusion that Linux is something greater than kernel almost an operating system although it has never been one and later-on development of Android has decisively proved that. The fact has always been limited up to the extent that there are a few operating systems such as GNU and Android which accommodates Linux kernel in their code.

There Has Been A Corporate Conspiracy To Fight The Free Software Effect So It Has To Fight Back

The free Software concept such as GPL has demolishing power against software companies, which make huge profits by plundering the ignorant and helpless people across all countries. By now Linux has been most successful mass collaboration in the history of coding a program. Still its overshadowing its operating system GNU has almost been a corporate conspiracy since otherwise they were unable to fight the concept of free software.

The free software effect has not yet been liberated through an independent economy of free software programmers. Once we globally fix-up minimum acceptable wage for per hour of free software support, the world will not remain the same as it has been in software business. There has been a clear-cut corporate conspiracy to fight the free software effect so it has to fight back.

GNU & Android Operating Systems Use Linux As Kernel

When Richard Stallman was writing a new operating system as free software in 1983, he had to name it distinctively but meaningfully in its historical consequence. So he decided to name that something that is ‘Not Unix’. To do so he tried to find out a word ending with ‘nu’. His search ended up at an animal usually found in sub-Saharan forests of Africa named ‘gnu’. Thus the new operating system was named for ‘GNU is Not UNIX’.

Indeed GNU was not UNIX but it needed a kernel to get completed. That was got written by Linus Torvalds in Helsinki in 1991 so named as ‘Linux’. By 2008 using same Linux kernel another operating system for mobile devices got released that is known as Android. Like nobody bothers to call that Linux, nobody is correct in calling GNU also as Linux. In fact Linux has become a widely used kernel in at-least two major operating systems, which actually are GNU and Android.

Support Free Software Policy !

Founder of Internet Growth Engine SANGKRIT.net Rajendra Kumar Pandey has proclaimed the Free Software Policy to get persuaded with all the governments alike by organizing the support of hackers in computing and politics from worldwide. He did so by accepting the draft prepared by the founder of Free Software Foundation Richard Matthew Stallman on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at New Delhi.

RMS did name it Draft Digital Freedom Goals before to RKP’s calling it the Free Software Policy. RMS had written the draft mentioning India but RKP replaced the term “India” by “Governments” and made a few very minor changes to make it universal. Overall both the leaders have agreed upon the following: –

Free Software Policy

Digital technology in a free society must respect users’ freedom.

All the countries must move towards _free_ software — software that respects the four essential freedoms: to run the program, study and change its source code, redistribute unchanged, and redistribute with changes.

Governments of all countries do require advancing towards digital freedom on six fronts.

  1. For digital sovereignty, governments will cease installation of nonfree software in government agencies, then over time replace currently used nonfree software with free software.  E-governance must use only free software.

  2. For education in freedom, governments will have schools teach, distribute and promote only free software and free textbooks, and explain the civic reasons.

  3. For citizens’ digital security, governments will make digital products safe by requiring firmware to be free, and limit digital systems from amassing and keeping huge collections of personal data.

  4. For a free web, governments will make the software contained in web pages respect users’ freedom too.

  5. For freedom in digital commerce, governments will implement digital cash that allows users to be anonymous when buying from a web site, but doesn’t let the web site conceal its total income.

  6. For freedom of digital expression, governments will guarantee that no web material can be blocked or removed by government without due process of law.

HAPPY HACKING!

RKP said to RMS: “I suggest for you and me to endorse this in our personal capacity at the core (as only respected individuals of our respective fields) to make it easily acceptable by others also (individually) while all the organizations (including ours) should only be seen as supporting (or not supporting) this Free Software Policy.”

RMS said to RKP: “Yes and no. Individual support is welcome, and so is support from a political party. Or, if a political party wants to write its own statement of support for free software, we would welcome that too (but we will have to judge by what it says).”

Free Software Policy Is Getting Shape

Today Richard Matthew Stallman visited Rajendra Kumar Pandey at around 8:57 PM. RMS has shown his draft to RKP on his laptop. RKP has also shown his draft to RMS on his laptop.

RMS said that RKP’s draft is too radical and might bring in a lot of opposition so he cannot support it despite the fact that it is rather more close to his own ideals. RKP’s draft is as follows: –

Free Software Policy

Anyone can register a domain with free software support and pay any freelance programmer not less than 15 US$ per hour for not more than hours necessary to build his business on GPL code.

Free Software Policy that must get made a General Public Law across all countries alike defines that any software that is made must be free for: –

  1. freedom to use it

  2. freedom to study it

  3. freedom to change it

  4. freedom to share it

Thus source code of any software must always remain free to get freely used, studied, changed and shared without any legal hindrance within the whole humanity.

Whichever software doesn’t comply with all these conditions cannot be made, run or sold.

It should be made illegal across all the countries to use or distribute any such software, which doesn’t comply with all the given conditions.

Only by freeing the source code and changing the license to GPL, any software can survive this law.

HAPPY HACKING !

RKP said he has no problem with the draft brought by RMS, which is as follows: –

Draft Digital Freedom Goals

Digital technology in a free society must respect users’ freedom.

India will move towards _free_ software — software that respects the four essential freedoms: to run the program, study and change its source code, redistribute unchanged, and redistribute with changes. India will advance towards digital freedom on six fronts.

For digital sovereignty, India will cease installation of nonfree software in government agencies, then over time replace currently used nonfree software with free software.  E-governance must use only free software.

For education in freedom, India will have schools teach, distribute and promote only free software and free textbooks, and explain the civic reasons.

For citizens’ digital security, India will make digital products safe by requiring firmware to be free, and limit digital systems from amassing and keeping huge collections of personal data.

For a free web, India will make the software contained in web pages respect users’ freedom too.

For freedom in digital commerce, India will implement digital cash that allows users to be anonymous when buying from a web site, but doesn’t let the web site conceal its total income.

For freedom of digital expression, India will guarantee that no web material can be blocked or removed by government without due process of law.

RKP suggested to call it Free Software Policy and RMS agreed. This Free Software Policy shall become the basis of global campaign of hackers for freedom. Upon legislation in a country this Free Software Policy can be called as General Public Law.

During his this trip to New Delhi, the legendary RMS held political meetings with L K Advani, Pratibha Advani, Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi, other than continuously discussing the prospects of technology in politics with Rajendra Kumar Pandey on a day-to-day basis.

RMS left at around 9:38 PM as he was feeling tired so desired to go to bed earlier than usual. Before to meet RKP for the fifth and last time during his this visit to India, RMS had more than one hour long meeting with Rahul Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi with legendary RMS

Rahul has most respectfully listened to the legendary RMS on all the technological aspects of governance, RMS was preparing to draft in the due document.

Before going to bed on Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 10:39 PM RMS finally emailed his draft to RKP, which got duly replied by RKP on Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 12:01 AM saying; “We can certainly use it”. Thus the Free Software Policy got its initial shape and the next round of meetings of its makers is also scheduled.

GPL Is Getting Ready To Get Made A Law Across All Countries

RKP & RMSRKP and RMS have repeatedly met and discussed. In some of the meetings a few senior associates and FSF activists also participated. RMS is seeing RKP’s approach too radical whereas RKP is stressing that tolerance for proprietary environs won’t work for us and both the leaders are solidly together to take on old world order. They may design something that is going to electrify whole world across all time zones.

May be the legendary GPL is getting ready to get made a law across all countries. It is not going to happen in one go but the things have really began. Birgitta Jónsdóttir from Iceland may also join in. Senior-most politicians of India have given the nod. The world is not going to remain as it has been.

Happy Hacking!

Long back RMS, in cooperation with a few learned advocates, made GPL a license and now RKP, in cooperation with a few seasoned politicians, plans to make it a law. Legislating the GPL is the most radical next thing that would finally shape the Internet Age.

RMS asked RKP that what will happen to your software industry? RKP curtly replied that let them go to hell and let us do this now for upgrading the humanity. RMS said yes that is the only place where I want all of them to go forever. RKP gently smiled without saying happy hacking!

Founder Of Free Software Movement Visited Founder Of Internet Growth Engine In India

Rajendra Kumar Pandey & Dr Richard Stallman

In a rarest of rare gestures, the founder of internet growth engine SANGKRIT.net Rajendra Kumar Pandey today received the founder of free software movement Richard Matthew Stallman at his place. Both of them discussed all possible means and ways of politically intervening for spreading the free software effect across all countries. The meeting lasted for many hours and together they decided to meet many more times through this week to formulate the strategy.

Later on Rajendra Kumar Pandey facilitated a meeting of Richard Matthew Stallman with his close friend L K Advani the Chairperson of National Democratic Alliance in India. During prolonged discussions RMS has told about his visit to Julian Assange in asylum at the Embassy of Ecuador in London and requested the political patriarch for a full-fledged political asylum to Edward Snowden in India (who is concurrently under a temporary asylum in Russia) once the opposition is given a mandate to govern this country through upcoming general elections.

DSC_0045 copyRajendra Kumar Pandey acknowledged that it has been only free software effect that has ultimately caused almost everything admirable through the internet age that include even the political asylums of Julian Assange and Edward Snowden respectively while the rest of internet is still not evolved above 1984 of George Orwell.