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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!

Huawei case demonstrates importance of Free Software for security

05 February 2019

The discussion of the Huawei security concerns showcases a general trust issue when it comes to critical infrastructure. A first step to solve this problem is to publish the code under a Free and Open Source Software licence and take measures to facilitate its independently-verifiable distribution.

FSFE publishes expert brochure about “Public Money? Public Code!"

24 January 2019

Why should governments develop Free Software? Where is Free Software already generating benefits in the public sector? What are Free Software business models? Answers to these questions and practical guidelines are given in the new expert policy brochure published today by the Free Software Foundation Europe. Produced with decision-takers in mind, the brochure will be a helpful source of information for candidates and parties running for the European Parliament election. Downloads and prints are available under a Creative Commons license.

FSFE is hiring: Fundraising Manager

09 January 2019

We are looking for a Fundraising Manager to support our work to empower people to control technology. The person will work 35 hours per week with our team in the Berlin office, being in charge of the FSFE's individual and corporate fundraising.

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Winterkongress Digitale Gesellschaft in Zurich, Switzerland

23 February 2019

The Winter Congress is the annual meeting of the Digital Society in Switzerland: On Saturday, 23 February 2019, hackers, programmers, activists and other interested parties will meet for the second time at the Karl der Grosse Center in Zurich to exchange views on information technology, networking and its effects on our society. FSFE will be present with two talks: - Public Money / Public Code by Alexander Sander - Freedmvote by Marcus Moeller and Michel Ketterle

Dutch Linux Usergroup NLLGG in Utrecht, Netherlands

16 March 2019

FSFE will have an infobooth with merchandise at the Dutch Linux Usergroup NLLGG in Utrecht. Come, have a chat about Free Software!

Talk and booth at the Chemnitzer Linuxtage in Chemnitz, Germany

16 to 17 March 2019

Chemnitzer Linux-Tage is one of Germany's biggest Free Software conferences. It is a longstanding event for educating about Linux and Open Source. The event includes workshops, lectures, and beginner talks in the central building of the Technical University in Chemnitz.

The FSFE is present with an information booth, and on Sunday at 10:00, Erik Albers, FSFE Program Manager, will give a workshop about Free Your Android and help interested people to use more Free Software on their mobile phones.

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