Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) - President. Free Software, policy, strategy, patents, copyright
The Epiphany browser is the web browser for the GNOME desktop!
San Francisco, United States
Defending your civil liberties in a digital world! Follow us to stay at the forefront of tech policy issues.
Celebrating information accessibility and raising awareness of Document Freedom
non-profit organisation working on freedoms to use, study, share and improve software as critical for equal participation in the information age.
It is an independent self-governing meritocratic entity in the form of a charitable Foundation under German law.
Innovation and research initiative for free software. The French research center in Free and open source software.
LibreOffice core developer and violin tormentor. Free Software, Debian, Fedora. Preferred locomotion: cycling ashore and sailing offshore.
FSFE's President. Working for Free Software, so everyone can self-determined use, study, share, and improve software.
Internet & Libertés – Defending citizen rights and freedoms, fighting Internet control and the war on sharing, protecting the free Internet.
On nous traite de pirates parce que nous prônons un accès libre et égal pour tous à la culture, la connaissance et l'information.
Kaufbeuren, Bavaria, Germany
One of the founders of The Document Foundation, the charitable entity behind LibreOffice.
Site Web Formats-Ouverts.org (FOo), « Pour les formats ouverts ! », depuis 2004.
We all enjoy a good quote once in a while. That pithy turn of phrase, the dry observation or occasional little nugget of wisdom. 1 per day.
City of Westminster, United Kingdom
writer (Rebel Code), journalist, blogger, mostly GNU/Linux, open source, open content; the commons, copyright, patents and digital rights
Product Manager, FOSS developer, working for SUSE
Mageia, the new Linux distribution
Free software enthusiast; LibreOffice hacker; TDF Director; worst drummer ever.
Diaspora is an awesome, distributed, open source social network in the making from some young hackers at NYU