20 May 2019
Perché il software creato usando i soldi delle tasse non è rilasciato come Software Libero?
Se è denaro pubblico, allora dovrebbe essere pubblico anche il codice sorgente.
Il Software Libero non è mai stato così necessario come al giorno d'oggi, per i giornalisti e gli attivisti di tutto il mondo. La FSFE aiuta a creare un mondo dove la tecnologia, anziché opprimerci, è al servizio della gente.Amaelle's background photo by Gregory Fabre @grrr used with CC BY SA 4.0 license.
Software Libero, Società Libera!
Free Software Foundation Europe
16 May 2019
15 May 2019
15 May 2019
Se sei a conoscenza di un evento collegato alla FSFE che non è presente nella lista o ne stai organizzando uno, puoi aggiungerlo a questa pagina usando lo strumento di registrazione eventi.
20 June 2019
The FSFE will be present with a booth at the OpenExpo in Madrid, Spain. If you are interested in Free Software and the FSFE pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. Looking forward to interesting talks!
21 June 2019
Erik Albers is doing a "Freedom to Go" workshop about Free Software in Android at the Ingobernable in Madrid, Spain. After an introduction to the (lack of) freedoms in Android and Custom-ROMs, Erik will present the functions and possibilities of F-Droid - the repository as well as the client. Next, the G-Droid application will be introduced, a fork of the F-Droid client, with which you can access the same repository of Free Software applications but which offers new options. Finally, some of the best Free Software applications inside the F-Droid repository will be presented, as well as extended possibilities for anonymity and encryption.
The event is free of charge and open to visitors without prior registration.
25 June 2019
The FSFE's Policy and Project Managers Alexander Sander and Galia Mancheva will be speaking at Libertybits in Sofia, Bulgaria. Alexander will be presenting the "Public Money? Public Code!" campaign and Galia is going to talk about the recent update of the Copyright Directive and what that means for the future of Free Software development. The event will take place in Sofia Tech Park in Sofia, Bulgaria.
25 June 2019
Throughout history technology has influenced society. Reading, writing, arithmetic, agriculture, printing and radio are all examples of developments that changed the way we interact through trade, art and science. The most important cultural technology of the 21st century is software. It runs our workplaces, laptops, mobile phones as well as less obvious places like trains, cars, televisions, washing-machines, fridges, and many other devices. Today it depends on software how the government can implement laws, who will be able to join which university or job, or if and how long people might end up in jail. As people and companies who create software, we should consider how our actions influence the distribution of power in our society — and thereby our democracy.
On June 25, from 20:15h to 21:45h, Matthias Kirschner, President of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE), will explain what Free Software is, why software developed with public funds should be available to all and how Power relations in our society are influenced by software. The lecture will take place in Kupferbau HS21, Hölderlinstraße 5, 72074 Tübingen. Admission is free and no registration is required.