Robert J. Chassell was a founding Director and Treasurer of the Free Software Foundation, Inc. The FSF was founded to support the GNU Project which restarted the movement towards free software and open sources. The GNU/Linux operating system and associated applications are the outcome of these efforts by the Foundation.
Chassell writes and edits. He is the author of Programming in Emacs Lisp: An Introduction, co-author of the Texinfo Manual, and an editor of more than a dozen other books. He graduated from Cambridge University, in England. He flies his own airplane, and has an abiding interest in social and economic history.
I have been speaking on free software. Here is a picture of me talking at home; and here are some other photographs at speeches.