15 May 2019
Local FSFE Groups
FSFE's Germany Team unites people who are deeply committed to Free Software activities in Germany and germanophone countries. With mutual trust and joint experience we engage on various levels.
Please see our list of members, severals ways how to contact us, and the latest news and upcoming events related to Free Software in Germany.
Germany Team members
The Germany Team consists of a selection of FSFE members inside and outside Germany, most coordinators of local groups in Germany, and people from Free Software initiatives. Every member enjoys our full trust. This list of members is not complete.
Erik Alberseal (at) fsfe (dot) orgProgramme ManagerFull-time employee
Guido Arnoldguido (at) fsfe (dot) orgCoordinator Rhein/Main
Mirko Boehmmirko (at) fsfe (dot) org
Nicolas Dietrichnidi (at) fsfe (dot) org
Karsten Gerloffgerloff (at) fsfe (dot) org
Georg C. F. Grevegreve (at) fsfe (dot) orgFounding President
Torsten Grotegreve (at) fsfe (dot) org
Christian Kalkhoffsoftmetz (at) fsfe (dot) orgCoordinator
Bernhard Reiterbernhard (at) fsfe (dot) org
Björn Schießleschiessle (at) fsfe (dot) orgCoordinator Germany
Florian Snowfloriansnow (at) fsfe (dot) orgDeputy Coordinator Germany, Coordinator Franconia
Michael StehmannCoordinator Düsseldorf
Please feel free to contact us regarding any Germany-related questions. We treat your inquiry as confidential. If you would like to contact us by encrypted email, please contact the team's coordinators using their public GnuPG keys.
For general discussions about Free Software and the FSFE, please refer to FSFE's public germanophone discussion list.
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The latest news covering FSFE's activities in Germany. Please also have a look at all FSFE news.
15 May 2019
10 October 2018
A selection of upcoming events in Germany with FSFE's presence. Please also have a look at the complete list of events.
06 July 2019
Tübix is a yearly event around GNU/Linux and Free Software. Its fifth incarnation takes place on 6 July 2019 from 9:30 to 18:00 in the rooms of Wilhelm Schickard Institute for IT, auf dem Sand, Tübingen, Germany. Admission is free.
In room V2 at 13:00, Reinhard Müller will give a presentation about the development of web applications with Python, SQLAlchemy, and Flask. He has successfully used this technology for the development of the new online FSFE community portal. The talk is in German. Besides that, FSFE will also present information about its work, a rich assortment of promotion material, and the current FSFE fashion at an information booth.