Sam Tuke


Sam Tuke


About Sam

Until June 2014 Sam devised, executed, and managed international campaigns to promote Free Software and Open Standards. In 2010-12 he coordinated FSFE's UK activities, organising local and national community events, chairing cross-sector public interest meetings, and engaging regularly with members of the British parliament and Home Office. He holds a BA degree in philosophy from University College London (UCL).

He was Campaign Coordinator of Document Freedom Day, which in 2012 included 54 volunteer organised events in 24 countries, 19 languages, and resulted in nearly 100 independent press articles. His other campaigns included 'PDF Readers', 'TheyDontWantYou.To', to which he also contributed design and editorial skills. His background is software engineering. He has been a GNU/Linux user and advocate since 2003.

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