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Chirp along with us on your microblogging service of choice

by Kẏra Contributions Published on Nov 19, 2013 05:14 PM
There are many ways to follow with what's going on at the Free Software Foundation.

There are our blogs, the monthly Free Software Supporter newsletter, and the biannual FSF Bulletin, which we mail out to our members twice a year. These are great channels for keeping up with the latest original developments from within the organization.

What you might not know is that we have microblogging accounts for publishing, sharing, and responding to short-form messages. This ideal for us to share links and stories from all over the free software community, and for us to publicly interact with our supporters. It's a great way to offer feedback or alert us about something worth calling attention to.

We will continue to maintain our GNU social accounts for the Free Software Foundation (fsf@status.fsf.org) and Defective by Design (dbd@status.fsf.org), and we now also have pump.io accounts. You can follow the FSF at (fsf@microca.st), DBD (dbd@microca.st), and—for notifications of service outages—FSF Status (fsfstatus@pumprock.net).

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