Support free software and finish your holiday shopping at the same time.
In advance of the Fall fundraiser and Winter holidays, we at the Free Software Foundation (FSF) want to make sure we have the snazziest possible selection of useful and stylish apparel, books, and other items.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF)'s Licensing & Compliance Lab has been tracking the public discussion of licensing issues surrounding ZFS and the kernel Linux with interest. We haven't made any statement about it, but we plan to soon.
This is a key moment to stand up for yourselves, to give back for work that's already been done, and to ensure the continued growth of free software as a means to ensure our freedom, and the freedom of future generations. Fortunately, since we have the strength of numbers to draw on, you can do your part for both organizations for less than the monthly cost of a couple Netflix subscriptions or a single dinner out.
Now until January 31st, we are offering 30% off for members with their regular member discount, and 10% off for non-members with the discount code GNUInTheDark.
Commemorate the Free Software Foundation's 30th anniversary!
NeuG is a True Random Number Generator...what's your use case?
Yesterday, reddit announced that they will be giving a donation of $82,765.95 to each of ten nonprofits. The process for determining who would receive the money was driven by voting among reddit community members over the last week.
This is the first post in a new blog area here on fsf.org, featuring posts from the executive director. It will focus primarily on the meta-details of FSF's work, and may be of greatest interest to those who crave more nonprofit administration geekery. It will also have posts like this one, offering some background thoughts around our theories of social change and messaging.