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  • [GRUB] F2FS support
  • GNU Hurd/ news/ 2016-03-18-gsoc

    The Google Summer of Code 2016 is on! If you're a student, consider applying for a GNU Hurd project -- details to be found on our GSoC and project ideas pages.

  • What you need to know for LibrePlanet 2016, wherever you are

    This year's program is bursting with something for everyone in the free software movement, from inquisitive newcomers to hardcore developers.

    Keynotes talks will include NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in conversation with the ACLU's Daniel Kahn Gillmor; Open Source Initiative board president Allison Randal; Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman; and Software Freedom Conservancy executive director Karen Sandler.

  • Guix at LibrePlanet 2016

    GNU hackers Christopher Allan Webber (whom you may know from the GNU MediaGoblin project) and David Thompson will be co-presenting "Solving the Deployment Crisis with Guix" at LibrePlanet 2016 this Saturday, March 19th. Chris and David will be focusing on the hardships and obstacles that users face when trying to exercise their software freedom by self-hosting web applications, offering Guix as a solution. The presentation will be held from 10:55 AM to 11:40 AM in room 32-141 of the MIT Stata Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • 10 Years of Conservancy!

    This April marks the 10 year anniversary of Software Freedom Conservancy's formation. Formed in New York in 2006, Conservancy's initial Member Projects included BusyBox, SurveyOS, uClibc and Wine. To celebrate this milestone and thank our Supporters, we will be hosting an exclusive cocktail hour in Cambridge, MA during LibrePlanet on Saturday March 19, 2016. Supporters must rsvp to .

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