Thank you to everyone for thinking of us at the Free Software Foundation office in downtown Boston as yesterday's terrible news unfolded. We appreciate all the concerned emails and queries.
Sometimes, proprietary software actually helps us fight for freedom. Windows 8 is so bad it's almost funny--it's not only proprietary software full of spyware and security vulnerabilities, but it's also confusing for would-be users. Lucky for us, Microsoft's spectacular failure is the perfect time to help people switch to free software.
The involvement and energy of the free software community make LibrePlanet what it is: brilliant and passionate people coming together around software freedom, drinking lots of coffee and forging the future of our movement. This year, we particularly appreciated your contributions to the theme of "Commit Change": a focus on making connections to other movements and building diversity within free software.
Este mes (al 24 de marzo) 29 nuevas publicaciones de GNU.
29 new GNU releases this month (as of March 24, 2013):
The shirts are pearl gray, featuring the blue-and-black LibrePlanet 2013: Commit Change logo. It comes in unisex and women's sizes.
Yesterday was the first day of LibrePlanet 2013. Here are some stats:
This is the latest installment of our Licensing and Compliance Lab's series on free software developers who choose GNU licenses for their works.
LibrePlanet 2013 is just days away.
Google users can still send subscription requests to contacts whose accounts are hosted elsewhere. But they cannot accept incoming requests. This change is akin to Google no longer accepting incoming e-mail for @gmail.com addresses from non-Google domains. That would be unthinkable.