After months of work by FSFE’s Web Team — and in the last weeks especially by Sam Tuke and Nicolas Jean — a new website design has been launched, bringing with it a fresh look, improved infrastructure, and new features. The process began more than a year ago, and several meetings, including a Web Sprint Read more »
FSFE’s website restructuring is ongoing. New today: contribute section plus first information for FSFE’s logo usage.
Would you go to a job interview in your sweatpants? Would you sent your CV with handwritten corrections? If you answer those questions with no, you might also want to write professional e-mails. The Free Software community is a tough environment when it comes to e-mail usage. This short guide tries to help you that Read more »
from Friday 13 November until Monday 16 November I was in Göteburg to join the Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit (FSCONS). The conference is a meeting place for people interested in social change, focused on the future of Free Software and free society. So what have we done there? First of all Adriaan, Alina, Read more »
many of us have started using the Free Software microblogging service Identi.ca to send status updates and interesting links. Identi.ca is based on the StatusNet platform (formerly Laconi.ca), which is available under the AGPL. Here is some information on how you can spread the word about Free Software and FSFE by microblogging. Groups: We have Read more »
In the first time when we migrated to wordpress for the Fellowship blogs I was a bit confused about the difference between categories and tags. And when I talked to Fellows they are also a bit unsure about that. So I read a bit more about it, especially a blog post about “categories vs. tags” Read more »
Hi Fellows, thanks to Ivan we now have the feature to add hackergotchis to the Fellowship planet. So if you already have a hackergotchi, please sent the 80×80 version to fellowship-hackers (at) fsfeurope (dot) org. If you do not have a hackergotchi yet, there are some howtos: Blog entry “my head”, and “Creating hackergotchis using Read more »