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<html newsdate="2008-12-08">
<title>FTF og GPL-Violations publiserer retningslinjer for rapportering og
fiksing av lisensbrudd</title>

<h1>FTF og GPL-Violations publiserer retningslinjer for rapportering og fiksing
av lisensbrudd</h1>

<p newsteaser="yes">FSFEs Freedom Task Force (FTF) og
publiserer idag retningslinjer for rapportering og fiksing av saker som
omhandler lisenskompatibilitet. Retningslinjene er ment for å hjelpe brukere
og utviklere med behandlingen av rapporter om lisensbrudd. De forklarer
hvordan man kan lage en rapport, hvilken informasjon det er hensiktsmessig å ta
med, og tilbyr gode råd for hvordan prosjekter eller bedrifter bør forholde seg
til rapporter om lisensbrudd.</p>

<p><a href="/projects/ftf/reporting-fixing-violations.html">The guide</a> is
released as part of the strategic partnership between the FTF and, who work together to improve licensing awareness and
compliance in Europe. It is located on the new FTF website, <a
href=""></a>, along
with information on how projects and businesses can get help with understanding
Free Software licences. Translations into several European languages will be
made available during coming weeks from the FTF website.</p>

<p><a href="/projects/ftf/reporting-fixing-violations.html">Retningslinjene</a> blir publisert
som en del av det strategiske samarbeidet mellom FTF og, hvis mål er å

<p>"The best way to solve compliance issues is to prevent them happening in the first place", says Shane Coughlan, FTF Coordinator. "We work to support this by educating the community at large. When problems do occur, we want people to be able to share information and resolve them effectively."</p>

<h2>About the Freedom Task Force</h2>

<p>The Freedom Task Force is a project run by Free Software Foundation
Europe to help people understand Free Software licensing and the
opportunities it presents. We offer educational services, facilitate
larger infrastructure activities and manage FSFE's legal affairs.
Our goals are to share knowledge about Free Software law, to
safeguard the interests of Free Software projects, to connect experts
in this field and to help other groups achieve similar goals. We
believe in positive, constructive dialogue and seek at all times to
support the long-term sustainability of Free Software.</p>

<p>The FTF's homepage can be found at <a
<p>You can contact us via email: ftf @</p>

<h2>You can phone us at:</h2>

<li>Belgium: +32 2 747 03 57 Ext. 22</li>
<li>Germany: +49 700 373 38 76 73 Ext. 22</li>
<li>Sweden: +46 31 7802160 Ext. 22</li>
<li>Switzerland: +41 43 500 03 66 Ext. 22</li>
<li>UK: +44 29 200 08 17 7 Ext. 22</li>

<p>Press contact: Shane Coughlan, FTF Coordinator, FSFE extension: 408</p>


<p>In the past 40 months, has helped uncover and
negotiate more than 100 GPL violations and has obtained numerous
out-of-court settlement agreements. The project
is a not-for-profit effort to bring commercial users and vendors of
Free Software into compliance with the licence conditions as set
forth by the original authors. The project was founded and is
managed by Mr. Harald Welte, a Linux Kernel developer and Free
Software enthusiast.</p>

<p>For more information on the project, its mission, milestones and
goals, please see <a

<h2>About the Free Software Foundation Europe</h2>

<p>The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is a non-profit non-governmental
organisation active in many European countries and involved in many global
activities. Access to software determines participation in a digital society.
To secure equal participation in the information age, as well as freedom of
competition, the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) pursues and is
dedicated to the furthering of Free Software, defined by the freedoms to use,
study, modify and copy. Founded in 2001, creating awareness for these issues,
securing Free Software politically and legally, and giving people Freedom by
supporting development of Free Software are central issues of the FSFE.</p>

<p>You will find further information about the work of the FSFE at <a


<li>Belgium: +32 2 747 03 57</li>
<li>Germany: +49 700 373 38 76 73</li>
<li>Sweden: +46 31 7802160</li>
<li>Switzerland: +41 43 500 03 66</li>
<li>UK: +44 29 200 08 17 7</li>

<p><a href="/contact/contact.html">Other ways to get in touch</a> with the

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