Bidouilleurs Sans Argent


(BSA, French for "Moneyless Hackers") An association which aim is to help computer users who can't afford to buy commercial software. The main purpose of the association is the promotion of free software, and distribution of ex-commercial software. This is clearly an answer to the repressive attitude of the "other" BSA.

Among BSA members are Richard Stallman, creator of the GNU project.

Last updated: 1998-10-27

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