The fourteenth edition of the Free Software Foundation's (FSF) conference on technology and social justice will be held in spring 2022, online. The Call for Sessions is now open, and will close on December 1, 2022. Potential talks should examine free software through the lens of this year's theme: Living Liberation.
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