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"Free the Future" will be the theme for the twelfth annual LibrePlanet conference on free software, to be held in March 2020, in the Boston area. The call for sessions is now open. General registration, exhibitor registration, and sponsorship opportunities will open soon
14 new GNU releases in the last month (as of September 26, 2019):
Each year we use the Free Software Awards to recognize significant contributions to the free software movement. This year, we are adding a special award for newcomers as well. Nominate the developers, activists, and organizers that inspire you today.
Don't let publishers fool you: the Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) in ebooks and "digital-first" textbooks makes them defective by design. Join us on October 12th to stand up for everyone's right to learn.
15 new GNU releases in the last month (as of August 26, 2019):
16 new GNU releases in the last month (as of July 25, 2019):
Reforms to software idea patents do not make them any less unjust.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is looking for interns to contribute to our campaigns, licensing, or technical team.