During Free Software Foundation Europe's pdfreaders.org campaign, Free Software activists from 41 countries have reported 2286 public sector institutions which advertise non-free PDF readers on their websites. FSFE will now contact these institutions, trying to get as many advertisements for non-free PDF readers as possible removed before the end of the year.Read more »
[Windows7Sins] has received too a lot of negative criticism, thought, centered in an idea somewhat similar to the one I exposed in the beginning: “We must center on the good things free software can offer, instead of the enemy’s bad points”.Read more »
The Fellowship of the Free Software Foundation Europe is proud to announce its latest initiative: pdfreaders.org, a site providing information about PDF with links to Free Software PDF readers for all major operating systems.Read more »
The Fellowship of FSFE has launched a campaign to promote Free Software PDF readers to provide alternatives to the "Download Adobe Reader" buttons found on so many web sites. Visitors of pdfreaders.org get some very brief information about Open Standards and Free Software, and why they matter - along with information about the Free Software PDF readers and links for more information.Read more »
What could make the Free Software Foundation (FSF), proprietary software companies, and at least one venture capitalist into allies?
The End Software Patents (ESP) coalition, a new organization poised to swing into action next month under the leadership of Ben Klemens.Read more »
Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation, and Gnu, has lead a very successful Free Software campaign. He’s helped grow a very strong free software community through his efforts. There are now many different distributions of Gnu/Linux that quietly run 80% of web servers on the internet. Not to mention the very successful Wikipedia was inspired by Gnu and their philosophy.Read more »