Support free software this holiday season
by Chrissie Himes, Operations Assistant
Don't forget to visit our shop (shop.fsf.org) as you do your holiday shopping. This year we proudly unveiled a number of new items, such as the GNU Emacs Reference mugs -- which is in such high demand that we've had to reorder several times. We also introduced large and small versions of the GNU/FSF logo cybertool/knife. We are working on several new items for the store as well, like an updated Emacs manual and GNU beanies. To get all the latest news and updates from the FSF shop, please join the GNU Press mailing list. If you have any suggestions for GNU Press, don't hesitate to add them to our ideas page at libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:FSF/Ideas.
Another great way to show your support to the FSF is to volunteer with us. We are always looking for volunteers of all skill levels to help us out with small tasks and larger projects. Projects include updating the Free Software Directory, stuffing envelopes, writing a blog post, and helping to answer users' questions on licensing and software. To get started as a volunteer, check out the volunteer page at www.fsf.org/volunteer, send a message to email@example.com, or if you live in the Boston area, stop by the office.