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Alex Patel
by Zak Rogoff last modified Nov 04, 2014 05:59 PM — filed under:
Alex was an intern in the summer of 2014 with the campaigns team.
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Blog Entry Troff document Take action for free JavaScript
by Zak Rogoff published May 29, 2013 last modified Jun 26, 2013 01:22 PM
Choosing to run free software on your computer is a powerful statement. Unfortunately, regardless of what you have installed on your desktop or laptop, you are almost certainly running hundreds of nonfree programs as you surf the Web. Web sites often use programs written in JavaScript to expand the capabilities of HTML, adding menus, buttons, text editors, music players, and many other features. Browsers come configured to download and run the JavaScript without ever making the user aware of it. Contrary to popular perception, almost no JavaScript runs "on the Web site" -- it runs locally on users' computers when they visit a site.
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Free Software Supporter, Issue 62, May 2013
by Zak Rogoff published May 31, 2013
Welcome to the Free Software Supporter, the Free Software Foundation's monthly news digest and action update -- being read by you and 68,736 other activists. That's 268 more than last month!
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Free Software Supporter número 62, mayo 2013
by Zak Rogoff published Jun 05, 2013 last modified Jun 06, 2013 05:42 PM
Bienvenida, bienvenido al Free Software Supporter, el boletín mensual de la Free Software Foundation que te mantiene informado de las últimas novedades y actividades de la fundación. Lo leen tú y otros 68.736 activistas (¡268 lectores más que el mes pasado!).
Located in Free Software Supporter / 2013
News Item Pascal source code LibrePlanet software freedom conference announces line-up
by Zak Rogoff published Mar 08, 2013 last modified Mar 08, 2013 02:24 PM
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Friday, March 8, 2013 -- The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced the line-up for its upcoming LibrePlanet 2013 conference, to be held in Cambridge, MA at the Harvard Science Center on March 23-24.
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Blog Entry D source code What you need to know for LibrePlanet this weekend
by Zak Rogoff last modified Mar 18, 2013 07:08 PM
LibrePlanet starts this Saturday (the 23rd), only days away! We've got you down as registered for the conference, so we want to go over a few things. This email is long, but it's worth reading or at least skimming the whole thing to make sure you're not missing an important piece of information.
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Blog Entry Pascal source code Excitement building for LibrePlanet! Sign up before it fills up!
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 22, 2013 last modified Feb 25, 2013 06:01 PM
It's only a month before LibrePlanet 2013: "Commit Change" and the campaigns team is in a flurry of activity, putting the finishing touches on the conference plans. People are registering quickly and it's great to see how much everyone is looking forward to the conference.
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News Item What's your vision for the FSF? Fill out our survey
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 08, 2016 last modified Jan 13, 2016 09:33 AM
2015 was the Free Software Foundation's (FSF) thirtieth year defending and advancing computer users' rights. The free software community has sustained the Foundation throughout these decades and been deeply involved in our work.
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Blog Entry text/x-sh You've brought us this far. One last push before Sunday.
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 30, 2015
Thirty years. That's how long the FSF has been educating, organizing, and hacking for computer user freedom worldwide. Not one of those years would have been possible without the international community of inspired supporters like you.
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Blog Entry FSF JavaScript guidelines picked up by Posteo Webmail
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 06, 2015
Over the last few months, Webmail provider Posteo has been working with the FSF to license and tag all JavaScript on their Web site and Webmail system so that it is immediately identifiable as free software. They have also done everything possible to ensure that it is 100% compatible with the GNU LibreJS browser extension, which automatically blocks any potentially nonfree JavaScript, making it easy to browse the Web in freedom. This is an outstanding effort in defense of the freedom of Posteo's users, and the company deserves recognition for it. We hope others will follow their lead.
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