07 August 2019
The Barcelona City Council supports the FSFE's campaign 'Public Money? Public Code!' because we need alliances to make Free Software the default setting in the public sector.Photo by Francesca Bria
Why is software created using taxpayers' money not released as Free Software?
If it is public money, it should be public code as well.
Free Software has never been more necessary to journalists and activists throughout the world. FSFE helps shape a world where technology empowers us, instead of oppressing us.Amaelle's background photo by Gregory Fabre @grrr used with CC BY SA 4.0 license.
Free Software, Free Society!
Free Software Foundation Europe
06 August 2019
24 July 2019
27 June 2019
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13 to 15 September 2019
In his talk, FSFE Programme Manager Max Mehl will explain how Free Software can be the solution to many pressing security problems. He will look at pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory.
The BalCCon confence takes place at the in Novi Sad, Serbia, from 13 to 15 September. It is one of the most significant hacker events in this area. Tickets are available at a relatively low price.
20 to 21 September 2019
The FSFE's local group in Kiel will participate at the the 17th "Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage" with a booth and a talk. Along with that, the FSFE Kiel coordinator, Christian Kalkhoff will have a session, where he will talk about the Public Money? Public Code! campaign.
21 September 2019
The FSFE will be present with a booth at the Software Freedom Day at the NLLGG meeting in Utrecht. If you are interested in Free Software and the FSFE, pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. We will be there from 10.00 in the morning until 16.00 o'clock. The address of the location is: Kranenburg Praktijkonderwijs, Tamboersdijk 9, 3582 TZ Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Looking forward to interesting talks.