Io ♥ il Software Libero

Il giorno di San Valentino è per tradizione un giorno in cui dimostrare e celebrare l'amore. Perché quest'anno non cogli quindi l'occasione per dimostrare il tuo amore verso il Software Libero?

Giornata #ilovefs 2012

Come ogni anno, il 14 di febbraio si festeggia San Valentino, che quest'anno sarà di martedì. Come l'anno scorso, la FSFE sta organizzando una campagna online per celebrare questa giornata come il giorno in cui "Io amo il Software Libero". In più, quest'anno ci sarà un evento "Io amo il Software Libero" nell'Unperfekthaus a Essen.

Testimonianze

Guarda la nostra pagina delle testimonianze (Inglese) e vedi perché altre persone amano il Software Libero.

Campagna: Diffondi il tuo amore per il Software Libero

La nostra campagna online intende far crescere la consapevolezza per il Software Libero e per le persone che lavorano per esso con passione e dedizione. Mostra che apprezzi il loro lavoro: potrebbe fare la differenza!

Certamente ci sono molti modi per dichiarare l'amore a qualcuno... Ecco solo alcune idee su come puoi pubblicamente dichiarare il tuo amore per il Software Libero.

Mostra il tuo amore - Individualmente

News collegate

#ilovefs Day report 2019

29 March 2019

On Wednesday 14th of February, we acknowledge and celebrate the annual "I love Free Software Day". It is the day to express your love for Free Software and gratitude for your favourite pieces of Free Software. The Free Software Foundation Europe would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who participated and helped making this day a special one for everyone involved.

Join the I Love Free Software Day 2019

14 February 2019

Today, as with every year on February 14th, people around the globe are celebrating "I love Free Software" Day by expressing their love and thanks to all the people working behind each Free Software project. Follow the love with the hashtag #IloveFS today and add your own love dedication to the stream!

Annual report of the Free Software Foundation Europe 2018

05 November 2018

"Software freedom in Europe" is the yearly report of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE). In one document, it gives you a breakdown of important things the FSFE has done and achieved during the last 12 months. In the 2018 report, you will read about our electoral campaigns, our input on the European Union's copyright reform, and about our successful outreach in demanding publicly financed software be made publicly available under a Free Software licence. You will also get insights about the events we (co-)organised and about our community and groups that helped us with these achievements. Finally, we will display some numbers showing what resources we counted on, and giving an outlook for the next year.

FSFE Newsletter - March 2018

20 March 2018

With the FSFE's Public Money? Public Code! campaign not only do we demand that code paid for by the people should be available to the people. We also highlight good examples of public code so other decision makers can learn from it. One very good example is Article 68 and Article 69 of the "Codice Amministrazione Digitale", an Italian law requiring public administrations inside Italy to prefer internally made solutions and Free Software solutions over proprietary ones. In addition, these administrations have the duty to share the source code and documentation of any software developed with public money. These laws put Italy at the forefront of European legislation in favour of public code.

#ilovefs Report 2018

08 March 2018

On Wednesday 14th of February, our community celebrated the annual "I love Free Software Day". A day to declare love to the communities most important to you as well as saying "Thank You" to the Free Software projects surrounding us every single day. The Free Software Foundation Europe also wants to thank everyone who cheered and contributed to make this day as special as it could be.