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by John Sullivan Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
Writing by representatives of the Free Software Foundation.

Happy Document Freedom Day!

Celebrate the 4th annual Document Freedom Day by promoting OpenDocument and helping others to begin using free software and free document formats.

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Avoid the pitfalls of the JavaScript Trap on Gmail

Today we're launching the first in a series of features on how to use common websites without using proprietary JavaScript.

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Volunteer to help the new Savannah maintainer

Sylvain Beucler, who was instrumental in modernizing and maintaining Savannah for the last seven years, has decided to step down and look for new challenges. Many, many, thanks to Sylvain and best wishes.

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Free software is what we humans are talking more about

After six years as the executive director, today is my last day at the Free Software Foundation. And what a great time it has been.

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Boycott warning to companies considering joining MPEG LA's patent pool

MPEG LA is asking companies to prepare to attack the freely licensed WebM format and its underlying VP8 video codec from Google.

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Call for IceCat developers

The GNU IceCat project is a web browser built to deal with the influx of threats to freedom and privacy on the web from traps such as nonfree plugins and nonfree JavaScript.

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FSF Fall 2010 bulletin articles start to appear

The first three articles from the latest issue of the FSF bulletin are now online.

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