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

Support the Libre Tea Computer Card, a candidate for Respects Your Freedom certification

The Earth-friendly EOMA68 Computing Devices project is a crowdfunding campaign run on Crowd Supply to produce a line of hardware products that are ecologically responsible, and built based on royalty-free, unencumbered hardware standards.

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Licensing resource series: h-node hardware directory

This is the second installment in the Free Software Foundation's Licensing & Compliance Lab's series highlighting licensing resources.

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The Licensing and Compliance Lab interviews Brett Smith of dtrx

This is the latest installment of our Licensing and Compliance Lab's series on free software developers who choose GNU licenses for their work. In this edition, we conducted an email-based interview with Brett Smith of dtrx.

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Licensing resources series: A Quick Guide to GPLv3

This is the first installment in the Free Software Foundation's Licensing & Compliance Lab's series highlighting licensing resources.

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Intel & ME, and why we should get rid of ME

If you did not know, built into all modern Intel-based platforms is a small, low-power computer subsystem called the Intel Management Engine (ME). It performs various tasks while the system is in sleep mode, during the boot process, and also when your system is running.

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The Licensing and Compliance Lab interviews Kees Verruijt of CANboat

This is the latest installment of our Licensing and Compliance Lab's series on free software developers who choose GNU licenses for their work. In this edition, we conducted an email-based interview with Kees Verruijt of CANboat.

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No one should have to use proprietary software to communicate with their government

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) submitted a comment to the U.S. Copyright Office calling for a method to submit comments that do not require the use of proprietary JavaScript.

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The Licensing and Compliance Lab interviews Matt Lee of GNU social

This is the latest installment of our Licensing and Compliance Lab's series on free software developers who choose GNU licenses for their works. In this edition, we conducted an email-based interview with Matt Lee of GNU social.

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FSF to begin accepting scanned signatures for copyright assignments from India

The FSF is pleased to announce that we can begin accepting scanned signatures for assignments from contributors residing in India.

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Interested in a powerful, free software friendly workstation?

Let Raptor Engineering know that you would be interested in purchasing a Talos™ Secure Workstation mainboard that runs only 100% free firmware and software.

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