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The Fellowship is the primary way
people can identify with and support the Free
Software Foundation Europe. It provides
collaborative tools for supporters to
describe what they are doing and interact with each
other. The Fellowship is a society for people who want
to help the Free Software movement
By completing this forms, you join the Fellowship of FSFE and show that
you care about the social and political aspects of Free Software. You help
FSFE by increasing its financial independence and its political weight.
Fellowship Meeting with the topic "Save online content to read it while you or the content is offline" in Berlin, Deutschland
12 December 2013
On December 12 will be the next Berlin Fellowshipmeeting in the e-lok (near Ostkreuz). Erik will discuss with us different possibilities about how to "Save online content and read it while you or the content is offline". Included is a live-presentation of the software "Zotero". In addition, there will be a report about FSFE's official activities during the last month.
As usual, the Fellowship meeting is a good possibility to meet other Fellows as well as other Free Software enthusiasts. You can get good food and best drinks at e-lok for a reasonable price and good mood for no cost. Official start is at 19:30.
This month, the Vienna Fellowship meeting will be in
the Metalab, located in the
Rathausstraße 6 in the 1st district of Vienna. We'll be
there from 18:00, with agenda related discussions starting
at 19:00. As usual, this invitation is for everyone interested
in the FSFE or Free Software. We're looking forward to seeing
This year, FOSDEM will be held on the 1st and 2nd of February 2014 in Brussels. FSFE will at least participate with a booth and there will be many fellows, coordinators and staffers.
As like every year, we're looking forward to many meetings and discussions and also to a very good time for all.
groups are emerging in more and more European cities. These groups
allow Fellows from an area to meet and get to know one another. Groups
undertake activities ranging from a comfortable beer to running public
As a Fellow, you get:
An @fsfe.org mail forwarding alias, a visible sign
of your affiliation to Free Software Foundation Europe.
Access to our instant messaging system, where
you can meet other Fellows and exchange experiences.
A personalised OpenPGP
smart card (version 2), putting you at the forefront of those who are
aware of privacy issues, security and digital
Decide for yourself!
As a Fellow, you decide how involved you want to get: from simple (and
much appreciated) financial support, over contributing to discussions online and at
Fellowship meetings, to becoming an elected representative of the
Fellowship on FSFE's General Assembly - everything is possible.