News in 2005
New dentist center Octant in Hoorn runs on the
Revision 2005 of the official policy document
details the targets and strategy of the foundation for selecting new
NLnet supports SANE
2006 with a guarantee of €40,000 and an
interest-free loan of €40,000.
NLnet is happy to join forces with USENIX, SURFnet and NLUUG for
the fifth SANE conference.
O'Reilly's OnLamp magazine published an interview with Richard Stallman,
discussing GPL and especially GPL3 development
covered by NLnet project GPLv3.
Annual report of the foundation Stichting NLnet over 2004:
The KDEPIM-NL meeting was very
fruitful, as can be read in the
New project: "The DNS: Life of a Protocol"
(LOAP), writing a book with a technopolitical
analysis of the life of the Domain Name System.
CAcert presented itself during NLUUG and
KDE-PIM meetings, growing
the community. Application is being extended with external security
tokens. Status report
Status report for
Ambulant. Software release version
1.4. The software will be integrated into AMIS DTB; a multimedia
player for blind users. Two presentations at the Holland Open Source
New project CodeYard
launched, which aims to engage pupils into Open Source development.
NLnet sponsors KDEPIM-NL, a meeting of
developers of KDE's PIM application.
Stichting NLnet donates €5,000 to the
Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure
(FFII) to support its
anti-software patents lobby and
Stichting NLnet continues as a Patron of the
Free Software Foundation Europe
donating €10,000 in 2005.
Stichting NLnet continues as a Corporate Patron of the
Free Software Foundation
donating US$ 18,000 in 2005.
New project Turtle,
a peer-to-peer architecture for safe sharing of sensitive data.