Support the move by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts toward free software. Comments are due by Friday.
Announcing the GPL Version 3 Development and Publicity Project (GPLv3)
This show presents an opportunity to learn a little bit about the heritage of GNU/Linux and some background about "free as in speech" software.
You can read a selection of the comments we received and delivered to the U.S. Copyright Office on Monday, August 22, 2005.
E-mail us your comment by August 18.
Send in your nominations by 31 October 2005.
The Free Software Foundation has been honored with an Award of Distinction in the category of "Digital Communities".
A new article by Richard Stallman addresses the relationship between patents, Microsoft file formats, and the upcoming vote in Europe.
Richard Stallman's article on the difference between patents and copyright for software users and developers appears in the Guardian.
French and Spanish translations of the recent article by Richard Stallman and Eben Moglen are now available.
Boston, MA, USA - Thursday, June 9, 2005 - The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today released the following article by Richard M. Stallman and Eben Moglen discussing the forthcoming GPL Version 3.
Boston, MA, USA - Thursday, June 9, 2005 - The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced that the FSF's Free Software Directory registered its 4,000th software package.
US citizens: please write a letter to the US Department of State saying you want the proposed Hague Convention (about international recognition of choice-of-court clauses) not to apply to non-negotiated contracts (such as clickwrap contracts).
The FSF is looking for volunteers to build, test and package fully free versions of OpenOffice.org 2.0 that use GCJ as a replacement for the non-free Java platform.
The University of the Western Cape commits R10 million for Free Software student enrollment management system
"The collaborative Free Software approach is the one that is most sustainable in the long-term."
There is a new addition to the global network of Free Software Foundation organizations. These organizations are run independently, but work cooperatively to protect and advance free software worldwide.
There is a vital need to draw the Free Software community's attention to the ongoing development work on Free Flash and Free Java platforms.
We've opened an area for associate members to meet and share ideas.