The free software movement was born out of a response to a rising tide of restrictions being placed on users via contracts and non-disclosure agreements. The GNU General Public License (GPL) and other free licenses provide legal mechanisms that help ensure that software can carry to each user the freedom to run the software for any purpose and to study, modify and share the source code.
You may already be involved in the international grassroots movement against the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The widely-accepted failure of Windows 8 provides a critical moment for the free software movement.
There is so much to look forward to at LibrePlanet 2014 that I don't even know where to begin. Let me break it down for you.
LibrePlanet is only two months away and we need your help drumming up interest and reaching out to communities you would like to see attend.
This past September, the GNU System celebrated thirty years of fighting for software freedom with a celebratory hackathon at MIT.