David Henry wrote:
> For the article that provides links to your draft submission, I assume
> you mean this one?:
> http://www.digital-copyright.ca/node/4595 >
> The April 18 submission deadline is close enough to justify bumping this
> forward on 'my stove'. Front burners are always on.
Yes, that is the one. It is an article that references my
submission, as well as trying to convince people to make their own
> More generally, I think FSF-C would naturally rely on organizations like
> Digital Copyright Canada to lean on for this set of issues. Hopefully
> some of us *can* jump up and get noisy in support.
DCC isn't itself an 'organization', but a forum (BLOG, active mailing
list, etc) to allow people to collaborate. People in this mailing list
can simply join the mailing list there and participate themselves,
regardless of what organizational banners their submissions might be
The forum was formed in 2001 to allow primarily Free Software folks
to coordinate responses to that round of Digital Copyright consultations
(Originally called Canada-DMCA-Opponents ), and has expanded from there
to wider discussion of technology policy.