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Working together for free software

by Matt Lee Contributions Published on Jun 29, 2010 07:13 PM
This summer, Danny Piccirillo and Steven DuBois are the campaigns interns at the FSF. In this, their second video in an ongoing collection, they talk about the newly launched working together for free software campaign.

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Working together for free software is a new campaign of the Free Software Foundation, aimed at increasing awareness of free software to the general public, as well as striving to bring the free software community together to create the fully free operating system.

Our campaign for software freedom is not a campaign for freedom of choice. Free software isn't just an alternative to proprietary software. Free software is a social movement, a movement to rid the world of software that would otherwise be used to divide us and keep us powerless. The software we use is not a matter of utility or convenience, it is a matter of securing our freedom now and ever more so in a future where we become increasingly dependent on the integrity of the software we run.

— Peter Brown, executive director, Free Software Foundation

In addition, Steve and Danny have helped significantly with the revamp of the FSF's homepage.

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