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Ajude-nos agora a crescer mais e fazer a diferença em 2017

02 December 2016:

Este ano, a FSFE celebrou seu 15º aniversário. 15 anos empoderando usuários, apoiando comunidades e pressionando por uma legislação melhor. 15 anos para ver que todas as atividades, mesmo se condideradas pequenas no momento, podem tornar-se grandes. 15 anos para ver que todas as atividades, mesmo se consideradas impossíveis no momento, pode ter sucesso quando nós permanecemos juntos. Juntos, nós algumas vezes tivemos sucesso mesmo contra o mais pesado lobby de grandes grupos. 15 ano para saber que tudo isso não seria possívels sem o apoio contínuo de nossa comunidade, contribuindo milhares de horas de seu trabalho e apoiando-nos financeiramente.Help us now to grow bigger and make a difference in 2017.

[Blog] There is no Free Software company - But!

16 November 2016:

Since the start of the FSFE 15 years ago, the people involved were certain that companies are a crucial part to reach our goal of software freedom. For many years we have explained to companies – IT as well as non-IT – what benefits they have from Free Software. We encourage individuals and companies to pay for Free Software, as much as we encourage companies to use Free Software in their offers. While more people demanded Free Software, we also saw more companies claiming something is Free Software or Open Source Software although it is not.

[Newsletter] FSFE news in November 2016

10 November 2016:

This month the FSFE newsletter comes with a public consultation on our Fellowship brand. Read the background and do not miss your chance to participate. Also read about the take-over of FSFE's Vice-presidency by Heiki Löhmus and the ongoing revision of the European Interoperability Framework. As in every newsletter, you also find our out-of-the-community as well as a what-we-have-done section with some good Free Software news and highlights of our press coverage.

[Blog] OpenRheinRuhr 2016 report

10 November 2016:

Last weekend, the FSFE visited Oberhausen to participate in OpenRheinRuhr, a well-known Free Software event in north-western Germany. We had a strong booth team, gave talks, and enjoyed talking to tons of like-minded people about politics, technology and other stuff. In this blog post you will learn about some highlights of the weekend and what coat hangers have to do with flat irons.

Russian Bill makes Free Software a Public Priority

10 November 2016:

Legislators have drafted a bill that will boost Free Software on multiple levels within the Russian Federation's public sector.
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Fellowship Local Group Milan in Milano, Italy

12 December 2016

First official meeting of the Milan group. We will brainstorm and put on the table(pad) all possible activities and ideas. Somehow we will come out with some concrete objective and strategy. The meeting stat at: 7PM in Boba, Via Rosolino Pilo 9.

FSFE assembly at the Chaos Communication Conference 33C3

27 to 30 December 2016

From December 27 to 30, FSFE will host an assembly during the 33rd Chaos Communication Congress in that we offer a common space to discuss, meet, hack and organise. There will also be several self-organized sessions every day about various aspects of or around Free Software. More details are coming soon. So long and until November 20, make sure to check our call for participation.

Fellowshiptreffen Düsseldorf und Umgebung in Düsseldorf, Deutschland

25 January 2017

Fellowshiptreffen in Düsseldorf am 25.01.2017. Es ist das "traditionelle" Rückblicks- und Planungstreffenes findet wieder im Chaosdorf, Hüttenstr. 25, 40215 Düsseldorf statt. Beginn 19.30 Uhr

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