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Are you giving your loved ones holiday gifts they can use freely, or gifts which put someone else in control?
We're excited to add discounted ThinkPenguin products to the list of benefits that FSF associate members enjoy. ThinkPenguin sells free software-friendly hardware, including laptops, desktops, WiFi adapters (useful if your laptop's WiFi can't work with a free driver), printers and more.
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.
I wrapped up my summer travel with a trip to Montreal, Quebec (Canada) for DebConf 17. This was my fourth time attending the annual Debian conference--which changes countries each year--and my first time presenting.
26 new GNU releases this month (as of September 29, 2013):
Yesterday was the first day of LibrePlanet 2013. Here are some stats:
In the flurry of holiday advertising that happens at the end of the year, many people are swept into buying electrnics gifts that trample their recipients' freedom and that take more than they give. Each holiday season the FSF releases a Giving Guide to make it easy for you to choose tech gifts that respect your rights as a computer user and avoid those that don't.
Recently, we sent thousands of Free Software Foundation associate members and donors the Spring 2017 Bulletin in the mail.