Link: Richard Stallman’s Travel Protocols

Most of the external readers to this blog will know that Richard Stallman is the founder of the Free Software movement, which he distinguishes from open source software, and as the man who put together the GNU system into which the Linux kernel was eventually embedded to become the GNU/Linux operating system. (The fact that it is too often called simply “Linux” apparently drives him nuts — one can hardly blame him for this.) One of the main ways he supports himself is through giving talks, mostly intended for non-technical audiences I might add, and he has developed an impressive set of instructions for hosts and sponsors.