Free Software Foundation Europe
19 February 2018
In light of the upcoming elections in Italy on March 4th, the FSFE country team Italy sent out multiple questions to the participating parties to challenge them on their position about Free Software in public administration and education. We will publish and analyse their answers once we receive them.
15 February 2018
Following the well-established tradition
of gathering active Free Software groups before FOSDEM kicks off, the
FSFE once again partnered up with OpenForum Europe
for the third edition of European Free Software Policy Meeting in Brussels,
the heart of European decision-making.
12 February 2018
The Free Software Foundation Europe calls on everyone to say "thank you" to all contributors to Free Software on 14 February. Last year the annual I Love Free Software Day has been committed with offline activism to tell people outside of our filter bubble about the importance of Free Software. This Wednesday, we will go back to our roots and focus on why this day has been invented in the first place: to celebrate the Free Software community.
19 December 2017
The REUSE Initiative has received an updated set of practices that simplify
the process of declaring copyright and licence information. To help
facilitate developers with updating their projects, the FSFE has also
published a tool that verifies whether a project is compliant.
12 December 2017
For more than two years the Free Software
Foundation Europe has worked on the issue of Radio Lockdown introduced by a
European directive which may hinder users to load software on their
radio devices like mobile phones, laptops and routers. We have informed
the public and talked to decision makers to fix critical points of the
directive. There is still much to do to protect freedom and IT security
in our radio devices. Read about the latest proceedings and the next
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