Recent blog posts
GNU Generation is a new project sponsored by the Free Software Foundation to involve high school age pre-university students (approximately ages 13-18) in free software. By Max Shinn, Campaigns Intern 2009.
We're happy to welcome Bob Naugle, who is a Gnash intern we are sponsoring over the Summer.
The rock-solid, cross-platform, Ogg-friendly free software video player hits a huge milestone -- and the FSF salutes them.
We're looking for a few good interns, to work with the FSF from roughly August 31st to December 4th.
Introducing Holmes Wilson, the new campaigns manager.
We're happy to welcome Max Shinn, joining us as part of our newly launched internship program. More information about the program is at http://fsf.org/volunteer/internships.
We're happy to welcome Sarah, joining us as part of our newly launched internship program. More information about the program is at http://fsf.org/volunteer/internships.
Guest blogger Adam Hyde of FLOSS Manuals writes about the production of the new textbook, Introduction to the Command Line.