Libreboot Leaves GNU Claiming Gender Identity Discrimination by FSF

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So far, this entire story is summed up by the above headline. Until we know more, that’s all we know.

A disturbing story broke this morning concerning the sudden action by the Libreboot project […]

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Tuesday Is ‘International Day Against DRM’

International Day Against DRM

On Tuesday, May 3, people in communities around the world will gather to take a stand against digital rights management.

Tuesday May 3 is International Day Against DRM, which for ten years has been […]

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Mixing Linux and ZFS, LinuxFest NorthWest and More…

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FOSS Week in Review

With Bellingham, Washington getting geared up for next weekend’s show, can OSCON’s performance in Austin be far behind?

The Week in Review on a Saturday? Don’t worry, I’ve got a […]

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FSF Gives Nod to ThinkPenguin VPS Router

FSF Respects Your Freedom Mark

A router designed to ease the use of multiple devices through a virtual private network is the latest hardware project to receive FSF’s official blessing.

The people at the Free Software Foundation aren’t only working […]

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Software Freedom Conservancy, Others, Makes Case for FOSS at NY City Hall

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On Tuesday, representatives of four FOSS friendly agencies testified before a New York City committee considering bills that would mandate the use of FOSS by city government.

“Free and open source software has many advantages […]

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