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- The Free Software Foundation opens nominations for the 15th Annual Free Software Awards — by Libby Reinish — last modified Jan 23, 2014 06:26 PM
- BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Monday, October 15, 2012 -- The Free Software Foundation (FSF) and the GNU Project today announced the opening of nominations for the 15th annual Free Software Awards. The Free Software Awards include the Award for the Advancement of Free Software and the Award for Projects of Social Benefit.
- GNU MediaGoblin offers what you've been missing in an Internet media-sharing system — by Zak Rogoff — last modified Oct 11, 2012 06:31 PM
- Today the Free Software Foundation is proud and excited to assist the GNU MediaGoblin project in its fundraising effort. MediaGoblin's volunteer team is working on a next-generation social web system where users will share their experiences through photos, videos and audio, all without running proprietary software. This project is ambitious, not just because it will support multiple media types, but also because it will use a special new network system called federation, which unifies a group of separately-owned servers into a single interface for the user. This means that anyone wishing to start a MediaGoblin server will be able to do so, optionally customizing the code to their needs and offering unique options to users.
- FSF rallies support for GNU MediaGoblin to make media publishing free "as in freedom" — by Zak Rogoff — last modified Oct 11, 2012 03:15 PM
- BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Thursday, October 11th, 2012 -- Today the Free Software Foundation (FSF) announced its support for the GNU MediaGoblin project's fundraiser at http://mediagoblin.org/pages/campaign.html. MediaGoblin is community-developed free "as in freedom" software that enables users to share their experiences through photos, videos, and audio, in a decentralized way that sidesteps current media-publishing gatekeepers.
- Summer 2012 trip to Europe: Photos from InterTice, in Marly-le-Roi — by Jeanne Rasata — last modified Oct 24, 2012 11:23 AM
- LulzBot AO-100 3D printer now FSF-certified to respect your freedom — by Joshua Gay — last modified Jun 14, 2013 12:23 PM
- BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA — Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 — The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today awarded its first Respects Your Freedom (RYF) certification to the LulzBot AO-100 3D Printer sold by Aleph Objects, Inc. The RYF certification mark means that the product meets the FSF's standards in regard to users' freedom, control over the product, and privacy. The LulzBot model AO-100 3D printer can be purchased from www.lulzbot.com.
- Save the Web from software patents — by Donald Robertson III — last modified Oct 01, 2012 03:43 PM
- PersonalWeb's software patent suit against Github and others threatens the freedom of the Web. In order to make sure that the Web can remain a free and accessible space for everyone, we need to rid ourselves of all the patents that threaten its viability. We need to end software patents.