Free Software Foundation Europe
Welcome to the home page of the Free Software Foundation Europe. The
FSF Europe was launched March 10th 2001 and works towards all European
aspects of Free Software and especially the GNU Project. It is actively
supporting development of Free Software and furthering GNU-based
systems such as GNU/Linux. Also it provides a competence center for
politicians, lawyers and journalists in order to secure the legal,
political and social future of Free Software.
|Larry Lessig receives FSF Award for the Advancement of Free Software
Press-release of the Free Software Foundation: "Brussels,
Belgium - Saturday, February 8, 2003 - The Free Software Foundation
(FSF) bestowed today its fifth annual FSF Award for the Advancement of
Free Software. FSF President and founder, Richard Stallman, presented
the award to Professor Lawrence Lessig for promoting understanding of
the political dimension of free software, including the idea that
'code is law'. Lessig has also promoted ideas similar to free
software in other related fields."
|Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA) V1.0 released
|Press-release of the FSF Europe: "The Free Software
Foundation Europe is proud to announce the first publicly
available version of its Fiduciary
Licence Agreement (FLA); an agreement that will help securing
the legal stability of Free Software by allowing the FSF Europe to
act as the fiduciary for Free Software authors and projects."
|FSF Europe calls for participation
|Press-release of the FSF Europe: "The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) invites all companies, organizations and research institutes interested in Free Software projects funded by the European Commission to join their effort."
|FFII Associated with FSF Europe
The Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) is now an
official associate organisation of the Free Software Foundation Europe
(FSFE). The FFII is the first associate organisation of the FSF Europe
based in Germany.
|Two Expressions of Interest (EoI) from FSF Europe
In response to a
call from the European Commission, the FSF Europe submitted an expression
of interest for each of the instruments of the sixth framework