At last year's LibrePlanet (2013), I had the opportunity to watch much of the footage used in this video being shot. This was my first LibrePlanet and I found that congenial conversations and insightful talks were both available in abundance. A few friendly conversations later, I volunteered to edit the LibrePlanet video using all free software -- something I had been looking for the opportunity to try. I have been producing, shooting and editing videos for the past ten years or so, but using the editing software available at the local community access TV station in Newton, MA (just a short subway ride from the FSF offices in Boston).
The FSF office is abuzz with activity as the free software community gathers in the Boston area for LibrePlanet.
Join us this Saturday for a very special FSD sprint.
It's not tricky to rock a RUN GCC shirt.
This is the latest installment of our Licensing and Compliance Lab's series on free software developers who choose GNU licenses for their works.
Five more reasons to come to LibrePlanet.
In this post, LibrePlanet volunteer and free software activist Brendan Kidwell shares why he's excited for LibrePlanet 2014.
While working on Replicant, a fully free/libre version of Android, we discovered that the proprietary program running on the applications processor in charge of handling the communication protocol with the modem actually implements a backdoor that lets the modem perform remote file I/O operations on the file system.
Sometimes your favorite free software has a piece of spinach in its teeth, and they need you to let them know.