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Free Software Foundation Europe
16 July 2018
We are looking for a project manager to support
our work to empower people to control technology. The person will work
35 hours per week with our team in the FSFE's Berlin office supporting
FSFE projects and managing larger FSFE events. There will be
coordination with remote staff and volunteers, as well as travels
to other countries.
05 July 2018
Barcelona, the second most populous municipality of Spain, is actively working on a "smart city" agenda that is reshaping modern city's infrastucture and technologies to put citizen's needs first. Key to Barcelona's agenda is the use and promotion of Free Software and open technologies as a social good, to enable collaboration between administrations and to escape vendor lock-ins. Barcelona is also the first City Council who signed the open letter for “Public Money? Public Code!”. To shed light on Barcelona's best practice, we have conducted an interview with Francesca Bria, Chief Technology and Digital Innovation Officer at the Barcelona City Council, to ask her about ongoing innovations and developments in Barcelona.
13 June 2018
On Friday morning, one of our servers had a fatal
hardware crash. This affected parts of our mail infrastructure and
mailing lists. Meanwhile, all services are back to normal. We would
like to inform you about what happened and which problems it caused. In a
nutshell: Please make sure your emails arrived and check your SMTP
01 June 2018
The Technology Transfer Centre (CTT) is an initiative run by the Spanish government whose goal is to facilitate sharing and reuse of software and services among public administrations. To shed light on this best practice, we have conducted an interview with Elena Muñoz Salinero, head of CTT, to ask her about the legal, political and technological background of the CTT.
30 May 2018
Following more than a decade long tradition, the
FSFE once again led its annual Free Software Legal and Licensing
Workshop (LLW) in 2018: a meeting point for world-leading legal experts
to debate issues and best practices surrounding Free Software licences.
This year we decided to bring the event back to its roots and emphasise
the "Workshop" part in its original title: around 120 legal experts
gathered for a 3-day conference in Barcelona, Spain with an
unprecedented amount of parallel tracks and interactive sessions
designed to dive into the most contentious topics in the legal world of
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