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Roses are red, violets are blue; I use free software to encrypt my online communication and so should you.
Seventeen new GNU releases in the last month (as of January 23, 2015).
Thirty years. That's how long the FSF has been educating, organizing, and hacking for computer user freedom worldwide. Not one of those years would have been possible without the international community of inspired supporters like you.
What do you get when you combine free software activists, hackers, lawyers, librarians, students, and international aid workers?
Today we're launching a new way to express the importance of free software and GNU -- shareable badges.
We want you to be able share our new video, User Lib, with your friends, family and colleagues no matter what language they speak. Since we released our new animated video introducing the concept and importance of free software, requests for subtitles and offers to translate have poured in.
Nineteen new GNU releases in the last month (as of December 22, 2014).
Most people interact with free software every day, but many of those people don't know what free software is or why they should go out of their way to use it. We want to fix that (and we think you do too), so we commissioned a short video that makes free software easy for everyone to understand: