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Are you going to a Free Software meeting or are you even organising one? Maybe you like to promote Free Software and the work of the FSFE around your friends and colleagues or at some public event? There are various reasons why and when you might like to receive promotion material for Free Software and the FSFE. Whatever it might be, we will be happy to send you our printed promotion material for no cost. On this page, you find an overview about our material and details about each product.
How to order
To order promotion material please use the following order form. You can order our default package or individual quantities and tell us explicitly what kind of promotion material you need or prefer. Feel free to decide for yourself. However, please keep in mind, that for postal reasons, in general we just send packages up to 1kg. If you need more, please ask in advance.
Available promotion material
FSFE and our community
FSFE logo sticker
Our logo on a die-cut sticker. Fits any purpose. Get it, stick it.
Type: Sticker Size: 66 x 39 mm Context information: The offical FSFE logo Available to download in: PDF, SLA, SVG License: The logo of the FSFE must never be used in a way that could be understood as endorsing certain activities, home pages, products or entities without prior consent of the FSFE. Author: Free Software Foundation Europe Source files:
100-freedoms - Sticker black
A sticker to show your love to use, study, share and improve software.
Type: Sticker Size: 74 x 74 mm Available to download in: English License: CC-BY-SA 4.0 Author: Markus Meier Source files:
Free Software and User Freedom
Free Software and tools
This leaflet compares the use of Free Software to the use of screws and
screwdrivers. This analogy was chosen to help audiences with a non-technical
background to understand the four freedoms of software. The leaflet is
generally well received at the FSFE's booths.
After Snowden's revelations about the mass surveillance programmes by the NSA
and other Western security agencies, there is a big interest by the people in
reclaiming their privacy as well as to secure their communication. To help
people with their email communication, we made a leaflet that explains the
problems of email security and how to solve them by using GnuPG for email
encryption. In addition, this leaflet explicitly explains what is a backdoor
and why software for security measures needs to be Free Software.
Order from our stock in:
Deutsch, Eλληνικά, English, Español, Français, Italiano, Nederlands, Polski, Русский, Shqip, Türkçe
This is a leaflet about Digital Restriction Management and its menace to our
citizens' rights, our digital heritage, our creativity and our privacy. Since
recent developments in HTML5 a topic that is more relevant than ever.
Our latest publication "Public Money Public Code – Modernising Public Infrastructure with Free Software" aims at decision-takers in politics and public administration. It includes contributions from leading experts in various ICT fiels. Readers will learn about the basics of Free Software, its benefits for security, democracy, and transparency, and will find practical guidelines for a better procurement. Due to the high printing costs, please consider a small donation.
This is a leaflet about F-Droid, a Free
Software App Repository for Android and Android-based custom-ROMs like Replicant. This leaflet explains the
installation and use of F-Droid - the Free App store without Ads, Spying,
Tracking or the need of a Google account. It also includes some
recommendations of pretty good Free Software Apps for you to use.
The flyer of our I love Free Software campaign. The flyer is two-sided: One side with the IloveFS-heart (same as in the IloveFS-poster). The other side is showing the date (Valentine's Day) and the URL of the IloveFS-campaign.
Type: Poster Size: A2 (420 x 594 mm) Available to download in: English License: CC-BY-SA 4.0 Author: Markus Meier Source files:
Document Freedom Day
After eight years of running our Document Freedom Day campaign, in 2016 the FSFE handed over the organisation of the campaign to the Digital Freedom Foundation. We still have, however, some stock material that we send out. It will not be reproduced. Get yours before it is too late.
Document Freedom Day - Poster
The poster of our Document Freedom Day campaign. The poster is two-sided with one side in English only and
the other side in multiple languages.
The "We cannot read your documents" sticker used to be part of our Document
Freedom Day campaign. The slogan highlights the problem in the use of
proprietary file formats, as they exclude all people not using the same
proprietary software from reading of their documents.
Did you experience any trouble with your order, found a typo in our text, you have a remark or an idea for upcoming promotion material? Or you just like to send us a motivating message? Please share your feedback with us.
We are always eager to hear some nice stories or to see pictures that you have with our promotion material. Many people also share their experience and pictures via social media with us.
Promotion Material Archive
Sometimes, parts of our promotion material section get outdated. This might be
the case, for example, when specific campaign runs out. However, you can find
and still download older material in our promotion material
Upcoming promotion and campaigns
From time to time, have a look at this page again for new promotional material - we will continue to update it. If you would like to help making new designs or improve old ones, join the designers team. Or if you would like to add translations of pages or materials, join the translators team.