Dr APJ Abdul Kalam @NCAR2010 My greetings to the distinguished scientists, technologists, participants, faculty members and students. People create knowledge for people. We are entering into an era, particularly India has to have the culture “People create knowledge for people, without commercial motives” example Wikipedia. Open source movement has made all of us responsible to the society. Today when I see hundreds of free software movement specialist assembled from various parts of the country, I would like to discuss on the subject “Vision for Free Software movement”. When I look at Free Software Movement of India (FSMI), and see the number of experts assembled here at the NCAR 2010, I am thinking of what is the unique thing that can make a big revolution in India using Free Software movement in India.
Free Software Movement of India is a coalition of organisations working towards bridging the digital divide advocating Free Software.