Kjo faqe mund të jetë e vjetruar kundrejt
Ju lutemi, përdorni
këtë faqe që të shihni se si mund të ndihmoni
te përkthimet dhe anë të tjera.
Free Software Foundation Europe
26 July 2018
The "Public Money? Public Code!" campaign has
received an updated set of translations, including the website, open
letter and video. The Free Software Foundation Europe has also
conducted interviews to ask public administrations about the benefits
of public code, which are now available on our website.
23 July 2018
We are looking for interns and trainees experienced in legal, policy or technical fields. The persons will work 35 hours per week with our team in the FSFE's Berlin office. There will be coordination with remote staff and volunteers, and depending on the work area opportunity to participate in events and meetings throughout Europe.
16 July 2018
We are looking for a project manager to support
our work to empower people to control technology. The person will work
35 hours per week with our team in the FSFE's Berlin office supporting
FSFE projects and managing larger FSFE events. There will be
coordination with remote staff and volunteers, as well as travels
to other countries.
05 July 2018
Barcelona, the second most populous municipality of Spain, is actively working on a "smart city" agenda that is reshaping modern city's infrastucture and technologies to put citizen's needs first. Key to Barcelona's agenda is the use and promotion of Free Software and open technologies as a social good, to enable collaboration between administrations and to escape vendor lock-ins. Barcelona is also the first City Council who signed the open letter for “Public Money? Public Code!”. To shed light on Barcelona's best practice, we have conducted an interview with Francesca Bria, Chief Technology and Digital Innovation Officer at the Barcelona City Council, to ask her about ongoing innovations and developments in Barcelona.
13 June 2018
On Friday morning, one of our servers had a fatal
hardware crash. This affected parts of our mail infrastructure and
mailing lists. Meanwhile, all services are back to normal. We would
like to inform you about what happened and which problems it caused. In a
nutshell: Please make sure your emails arrived and check your SMTP
25 to 26 August 2018
FrOSCon is a Free Software conference, organised by the
computer science department of the University Bonn-Rhein-Sieg and
other local initiatives. Visitors will be offered an exciting
program with talks and workshops for visitors of all ages. As usual, the
FSFE will be present with a booth. We are looking forward to have a chat
with you about Free Software, technology, and politics.
14 to 16 September 2018
Max Mehl, FSFE Program Manager, and Albert Dengg, FSFE System Administrator, will participate in BalCCon. Albert will give a Free Your Android workshop while Max will give a talk about "Public Code with Free Software". BalCCon is one of the largest events on Free Software, hacker culture and technology in the region. We are looking forward to explore new communities and meeting up with you.
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