Chapitre 33. The GNU Manifesto

Table des matières
33.1. What's GNU? Gnu's Not Unix!
33.2. Why I Must Write GNU
33.3. Why GNU Will Be Compatible with Unix
33.4. How GNU Will Be Available
33.5. Why Many Other Programmers Want to Help
33.6. How You Can Contribute
33.7. Why All Computer Users Will Benefit
33.8. Some Easily Rebutted Objections to GNU's Goals

The GNU Manifesto which appears below was written by Richard Stallman at the beginning of the GNU project, to ask for participation and support. For the first few years, it was updated in minor ways to account for developments, but now it seems best to leave it unchanged as most people have seen it.

Since that time, we have learned about certain common misunderstandings that different wording could help avoid. Footnotes added in 1993 help clarify these points.

For up-to-date information about the available GNU software, please see the latest issue of the GNU's Bulletin. The list is much too long to include here.