Tilknyttede organisasjoner av FSFE
Tilknyttede organisasjoner er uavhengige av Free Software Foundation Europe og er helt autonome. De organisert- og selvstyrt på alle områder (som for eksempel medlemskap, vedtekter, økonomi, osv.).
Å være tilknyttet til FSFE betyr at organisasjoner er formelt alliert og har direkte tilgang til FSFE. Tilknyttede organisasjoner er derfor normalt involvert i den interne kommunikasjons- og beslutningsprosessen. Vi samarbeider også om kampanjer og begivenheter, som for eksempel messer.
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ANSOL is the "National Association for Free Software". It is a Portuguese non-profit association dedicated to the promotion, development, research and study of Computing Freedom and its social, political philosophical, cultural, technical and scientific implications.
The "Association of Greek Users and Friends of Free Software / Open Source Software" (also called "Greek Linux User Group") is a greek NGO/Society, whose purpose is to promote GNU/Linux and Free Software in Greece through various activities as seminars, introduction speeches at schools, daily operation of GNU/Linux Labs around Greece and struggle for Free Software in the Greek public sector.
Fundația Ceata is a Romanian Free Software and Free Culture foundation aligned with the Free Software philosophy of the GNU Project. It is incorporated in Bucharest and has local teams in Cluj County and the Republic of Moldova. Ceata (Romanian for "the gang") has started as an informal group in June 2008 and it has become foundation in February 2013. Since its beginning Ceata is heavily involved in Free Software activism, organization of digital freedom events, and development of Free Software and Free Cultural works.
The FFII is a non-profit association under German law that promotes a sustainable development of public information sources based on copyright, free competition and open standards.
The ffis e.V. is a German non-profit association of Free Software enthusiasts that supports the development and establishment of free information and Free Software with various events and projects.
The Society for Free Culture and Software is a Swedish non-profit organisation working for a society built around a free exchange of knowledge, ideas and culture. The society works inter-disciplinary and gathers in the conference FSCONS knowledge from several different groups, including Creative Commons, Free Software Foundation Europe, Wikimedia, FriBit and EFN.
The FKF is a non-profit organisation based in Spain that promotes the idea of knowledge as a common good accessible by everybody. Its focus is on Free Knowledge, Free Software, Free Standards and Intellectual Wealth.
A Japanese non-profit association to further Free Software.
The goals of Irish Free Software Organisation (IFSO) are to prevent changes in legislation which would harm Free Software users and developers, and to promote awareness of Free Software among Irish computer users.
KDE e.V. is the official body behind the K Desktop Environment. KDE e.V. is a non-profit organisation that handles legal issues for the KDE project, its goal is to support the development and spreading of KDE, the popular graphical desktop environment.
OFSET is a not for profit French international association under the law of 1901. It has been set up in response to the slow development of free educational software for the GNU system. It will promote all possible forms of development and localisations needed by the world wide education system.
Fundacion Via Libre -- Argentinian Foundation for Free Software
Vrijschrift creates awareness about the economic and social meaning of free knowledge and culture for our society. Vrijschrift fulfills both a protecting and promoting role. Internationally we work together with the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure, the Free Software Foundation Europe, Project Gutenberg and a lot of other organisations.
Wilhelm Tux -- Campaign for Free Software. Swiss non-profit for Free Software.