Free Software Foundation Europe
08 March 2018
On Wednesday 14th of February, our community celebrated the
annual "I love Free Software Day". A day to declare love to the communities
most important to you as well as saying "Thank You" to the Free Software
projects surrounding us every single day. The Free Software Foundation Europe
also wants to thank everyone who cheered and contributed to make this day as
special as it could be.
02 March 2018
The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) publishes the results of the Ask Your Candidates campaign that FSFE Italy did run for the Italian election. Multiple questions have been sent to the major political parties that run for office in the national elections on March 4. We received positive statements by "Movimento 5 Stelle", "Liberi e Uguali", "Partito Democratico" and "Potere al Popolo". Unfortunately, there have been no answers by "+Europa", "Forza Italia", "Fratelli d'Italia" and "Lega Nord".
19 February 2018
In light of the upcoming elections in Italy on March 4th, the FSFE country team Italy sent out multiple questions to the participating parties to challenge them on their position about Free Software in public administration and education. We will publish and analyse their answers once we receive them.
15 February 2018
Following the well-established tradition
of gathering active Free Software groups before FOSDEM kicks off, the
FSFE once again partnered up with OpenForum Europe
for the third edition of European Free Software Policy Meeting in Brussels,
the heart of European decision-making.
12 February 2018
The Free Software Foundation Europe calls on everyone to say "thank you" to all contributors to Free Software on 14 February. Last year the annual I Love Free Software Day has been committed with offline activism to tell people outside of our filter bubble about the importance of Free Software. This Wednesday, we will go back to our roots and focus on why this day has been invented in the first place: to celebrate the Free Software community.
24 March 2018
"Merge-it" is an italian conference that links all communities about digital freedom, around many aspects such as Free Software and Open Source. FSFE will be present with a session about Public Money Public Code campaign and the state of its implementation in Italy and EU. No entrance fee and no registration. Pass by for a chat and get to know the people behind the FSFE.
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