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<h2>Jonas Öberg visiting Boston without a pink backpack</h2>
<p><a href="">Our new Executive
<p><a href="/news/2015/news-20150302-02.html">Our new Executive
Director Jonas Öberg</a> gave a talk at Libreplanet, and visited Boston to meet
FSF board members and staff. In <a href="">his
blog posts</a> he wrote about his meetings with Matthew Garret, Benjamin Mako
@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ as GNU webmaster, in December 1999 with a pink backpack.</p>
<h2>FSFE supporting the Christoph Hellwig GNU GPL enforcement lawsuit</h2>
<p>FSFE welcomes the <a
href="">action which
href="">action which
Christoph Hellwig and the Software Freedom Conservancy are taking</a> to bring
VMware into compliance with the GNU General Public License.</p>
@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ awareness of Open Standards, April (the French Free Software organisation),
European Digital Rights (EDRi), Open Forum Europe (OFE), the Open Source
Business Alliance (OSBA), and FSFE published a joint statement. Besides
generally highlighting the topic, the statement focuses on the <a
href="">improper use of
href="/news/2015/news-20150325-01.html">improper use of
standards in the context of applying for EU programmes</a>. (A full report
about the 60 DFD events in 31 countries will be published at the beginning of
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law to ban compulsory routers (German)</a>. Except missing enforcement measures
FSFE welcomes the draft. We update the <a
href="">timeline</a> and our
<a href="">overview pages</a> so people
href="/activities/routers/timeline.html">timeline</a> and our
<a href="/activities/routers/routers.html">overview pages</a> so people
outside German could reuse our experiences to fight compulsory routers in other
countries, too.</li>
@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ to underprivileged children and their families in Austin, Texas.</li>
<li>FSFE welcomes Nicolas Dietrich in its General Assembly. He was elected by
our sustaining members, and thereby holds one of the two <a
href="">Fellowship GA
href="/news/2015/news-20150316-01.html">Fellowship GA
<li>From the <a href="">planet aggregation</a>:</li>
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<h2>Get active: Spread the message with Free Software merchandise</h2>
<p>During the last weeks, many people <a
href="">ordered our
href="/contribute/spreadtheword.html#promo-material">ordered our
“There is no cloud, just other people's computers” stickers</a>. Now Rich
Folsom wrote <a
@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ Chromium Browser add-in</a>, which converts “the cloud” to “other people's
<p>Since so many people like the slogan, we now also have the corresponding <a
href="">“There is no cloud, just other
href="/order/order.html">“There is no cloud, just other
people's computers” <strong>bags</strong> in our webshop</a>. Furthermore we
have a new Open Standard t-shirt with robots in fitted light blue or a
non-fitted khaki, the “I love Free Software” t-shirt in light blue, or a fitted
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<p>If you want to spread the Free Software message at work, conferences, or
when you are shopping, you can <a
href="">order the equipment on our merchandise
href="/order/order.html">order the equipment on our merchandise
<p>Thanks to all the <a href="/contribute/contribute.html">volunteers</a>, <a href="">Fellows</a> and