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Blog Entry The FSF tech team: doing more for free software
by Ruben Rodriguez published Dec 04, 2019 last modified Dec 05, 2019 09:47 AM
Located in Blogs / Sysadmin
How the tech team has been supporting you and GNU
by Ruben Rodriguez published Nov 12, 2018
The tech team at the FSF is in charge of maintaining and extending a large set of infrastructure that includes the systems at the Foundation's office as well as over a hundred virtual machines on a handful of servers at three different data centers. Our machines host the GNU Project, FSF campaigns, and services for the community. This gets us hundreds of task requests every month, and this year we met our goal by resolving over 2800 tasks and keeping the number of pending tasks under 150.
Located in Bulletins / 2018 / Fall
Six months of equipment upgrades at the FSF
by Ruben Rodriguez published Nov 28, 2017
Last equinox marked a milestone for infrastructural renovation, bringing us a new generation of freer, faster and more reliable servers.
Located in Bulletins / 2017 / Fall
Blog Entry Join us as a member to give back for the free software you use
by Ruben Rodriguez published Nov 29, 2016
At the FSF, we run our own infrastructure using only free software, which makes us stand out from nearly every other nonprofit organization. Virtually all others rely on outside providers and use a significant amount of nonfree software. With your support, we set an example proving that a nonprofit can follow best practices while running only free software.
Located in Blogs / Sysadmin
Head in the clouds, files on an actual server
by Ruben Rodriguez published Jan 09, 2017
Located in Bulletins / 2016 / fall
Blog Entry Libre Learn Lab: a summit on freely licensed resources for education
by Ruben Rodriguez published Sep 30, 2016
Libre Learn Lab is a two-day summit for people who create, use and implement freely licensed resources for K-12 education, bringing together educators, policy experts, software developers, hardware hackers, and activists to share best practices and address the challenges of widespread adoption of these resources in education. The 2nd biennial conference is Saturday, October 8th, and Sunday, October 9th, at the MIT Tang Center.
Located in Blogs / Community
Mr. Snowden: or how I learned to stop worrying and love GStreamer
by Ruben Rodriguez last modified Jun 21, 2016 02:48 PM
Located in Bulletins / 2016 / spring

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