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"Where is the freedom if you use Free Software but proprietary cloud services?"

@nextcloud can compete with proprietary data silos like O365, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, because they are standing on the shoulders of giants and can use all of the fantastic #FOSS innovations: With Free Software they are more then #Nextcloud. They are a big #community and together we can compete with these companies.

Great talk by @Karlitschek "How I forked my own project" at #libreplanet

https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/why-i-forked-my-own-project-and-my-own-company-31c3/
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#LibrePlanet 2019 videos are live! Watch FSF founder and president Richard Stallman's speech and presentation of the Free Software Awards: https://u.fsf.org/2tf
 
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#LibrePlanet 2019 videos are live! Watch FSF founder and president Richard Stallman's speech and presentation of the Free Software Awards: https://u.fsf.org/2tf
 

Why I forked my own project and my own company


A nice video from libreplanet about why #ownCloud had failed and how #Nextcloud emerged.

https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/why-i-forked-my-own-project-and-my-own-company-31c3/

#freesoftware #libreplanet
 

#LibrePlanet 2019: Coming to Cambridge, MA


Hello community...
On March 23rd and 24th, 2019, the free software community will come together at the Stata Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ( #MIT ) to learn, exchange ideas, catch up with friends, and plan the future of the movement at the LibrePlanet 2019 conference. Registration is open, and we hope you’ll join us!

Hundreds of people from across the globe will converge on Cambridge, Massachusetts to explore this year's theme, "Trailblazing Free Software." With a new and growing generation of free #software enthusiasts, we can take this conference as an opportunity to discuss both the present and the future of the free software movement. Using the Four Freedoms as a litmus test for ethical computing, we ask, "How will free software continue to bring to life trailblazing, principled new technologies and new approaches to the world?"

LibrePlanet brings together software developers, activists, policy experts, and computer users to share accomplishments, learn new skills, and address challenges to software freedom. Newcomers are always welcome, and LibrePlanet 2019 will feature programming for all experience levels, including students (who can attend the conference gratis).

In addition to the keynote speakers we’ve already announced, LibrePlanet 2019 is scheduled to feature a panoply of presentations including:
  • #Governing free software projects
  • Redis Labs and the tragedy of the Commons Clause
  • Right to Repair and the #DMCA
  • #Security by and for free software
  • The #Tor Project: State of the onion
Read and share online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/libreplanet-2019-coming-to-cambridge-ma

#fsf #gnu #linux #education #gnu-linux
 
At 17:15 at #LibrePlanet 2019, RMS will give his traditional talk and present the Free Software Awards to one individual and one project who have made important contributions to the world of free software. Watch the livestream:
 
At 17:15 at #LibrePlanet 2019, RMS will give his traditional talk and present the Free Software Awards to one individual and one project who have made important contributions to the world of free software. Watch the livestream:
 
Next at 14:30 at #LibrePlanet 2019: learn about the "state of the Onion" from @torproject, the next generation of free APIs, and Hackerspace Rancho Electronico -- watch the livestream and participate via IRC and Mumble chat:
 
Next at 14:30 at #LibrePlanet 2019: learn about the "state of the Onion" from @torproject, the next generation of free APIs, and Hackerspace Rancho Electronico -- watch the livestream and participate via IRC and Mumble chat:
 
Fabulous raffle prizes at #LibrePlanet 2019 include a LulzBot Mini 2 3D printer from @alephobjects, an S3 smartphone with Replicant and a Respects Your Freedom certified T400s laptop from @technoethical, and more!
 
Fabulous raffle prizes at #LibrePlanet 2019 include a LulzBot Mini 2 3D printer from @alephobjects, an S3 smartphone with Replicant and a Respects Your Freedom certified T400s laptop from @technoethical, and more!
 
The exhibit hall at #LibrePlanet 2019 is going to be loaded with interesting free software projects and businesses: CivicActions, GNOME, Purism, Technoethical, Tor, and more. Register for LibrePlanet today:
 
The exhibit hall at #LibrePlanet 2019 is going to be loaded with interesting free software projects and businesses: CivicActions, GNOME, Purism, Technoethical, Tor, and more. Register for LibrePlanet today:
 

#LibrePlanet 2019: Coming to Cambridge, MA


Hello community...
On March 23rd and 24th, 2019, the free software community will come together at the Stata Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ( #MIT ) to learn, exchange ideas, catch up with friends, and plan the future of the movement at the LibrePlanet 2019 conference. Registration is open, and we hope you’ll join us!

Hundreds of people from across the globe will converge on Cambridge, Massachusetts to explore this year's theme, "Trailblazing Free Software." With a new and growing generation of free #software enthusiasts, we can take this conference as an opportunity to discuss both the present and the future of the free software movement. Using the Four Freedoms as a litmus test for ethical computing, we ask, "How will free software continue to bring to life trailblazing, principled new technologies and new approaches to the world?"

LibrePlanet brings together software developers, activists, policy experts, and computer users to share accomplishments, learn new skills, and address challenges to software freedom. Newcomers are always welcome, and LibrePlanet 2019 will feature programming for all experience levels, including students (who can attend the conference gratis).

In addition to the keynote speakers we’ve already announced, LibrePlanet 2019 is scheduled to feature a panoply of presentations including:
  • #Governing free software projects
  • Redis Labs and the tragedy of the Commons Clause
  • Right to Repair and the #DMCA
  • #Security by and for free software
  • The #Tor Project: State of the onion
Read and share online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/libreplanet-2019-coming-to-cambridge-ma

#fsf #gnu #linux #education #gnu-linux
 
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