#1021 Newsletter 2019-07 photos and text

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max.mehl merged 4 commits from galia:newsletterJuly into master 1 month ago
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Newsletter July photos and text

Newsletter July photos and text
max.mehl changed title from newsletter photos to Newsletter 2019-07 photos and text 1 month ago
max.mehl requested changes 1 month ago
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<html newsdate="2020-06-25" type="newsletter">
max.mehl

date seems wrong

date seems wrong
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<h2 id="the-testimonials">The Testimonials</h2>
<p>FSFE is a charity dedicated to empowering users to control technology. Together with our community we form a movement across Europe to build our digital societies on users' and software freedom. Although there will never be enough space to shed light on all the creative minds and motivated people who have helped us grow our movement and live out our mission, we would still like to highlight at least some of our highly-valued community members who have in one way or another shaped the FSFE's profile and who continuously helped us become what we are today.</p>
<p>In the past month, the FSFE has worked on the Testimonials page. This page is part of a series of interviews with FSFE supporters and friends who wanted to share their excitement for being part of such a diverse group of people and volunteers who shape the FSFE community across Europe while achieving <a href="https://fsfe.org/about/mission">our mission</a>. One of the first entries is by our French supporter and privacy expert, Cryptie, who has been using Free Software for 15 years, and has been an active part of the FSFE community for the last 6 years. You can find more such interviews, videos and testimonials on our <a href="https://fsfe.org/about/people/testimonials.html">Testimonials page</a>. Enjoy getting to know our community!</p>
max.mehl

please remove https://fsfe.org in links, that’s not necessary and even more complicated sometimes. A link like /about/people/... is sufficient.

However https://my.fsfe.org has to stay since it’s a different domain

please remove `https://fsfe.org` in links, that's not necessary and even more complicated sometimes. A link like `/about/people/...` is sufficient. However `https://my.fsfe.org` has to stay since it's a different domain
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<hr/>
<p>Join our community:
<a href="https://fsfe.org/join/nl2019-06">https://fsfe.org/join/nl2019-06</a></p>
max.mehl

06 -> 07

06 -> 07
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<figure>
<img src="/picturebase/onstage/201907-Reinhard-Muller-Tubex_800pxl.jpg" alt="Reinhard Muller talking to his audience in Tubix, Germany" />
<figcaption>Reinhard Muller talking to his audience in Tubix, Germany</figcaption>
max.mehl

Muller -> Müller

Muller -> Müller
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<ul>
<li>Albert Astals offers some new <a href="https://tsdgeos.blogspot.com/2019/07/kde-applications-1908-branches-created.html">KDE application branches</a></li>
<li>Evaggelos Balaskas shared his notes on the idea to use nested-Kernel-based Virtual Machine to run minikube inside a Virtual Machine, so that minikube will create a Kernel-based Virtual Machine node, upon an <a href="https://balaskas.gr/blog/2019/07/14/kubernetes-with-minikube-intro-notes/">Ubuntu 18.05 LTS</a>.</li>
<li>Matija Suklje (Hook) shares the results of the analysis he did on the <a href="https://matija.suklje.name/popular-licenses-in-openapi">most commonly used licenses in OpenAPI</a></li>
max.mehl

Surname is Šuklje ;)

Surname is `Šuklje` ;)
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</ul>

<h2 id="get-active">Get Active</h2>
<p>Do you want to see our newsletter also available in your language, so you can share the news with peers in your country? Don't be shy and join our team of brave translators by emailing us at contact@fsfe.org</p>
max.mehl

why not linking to the contribute page? there, all information and guides are present

why not linking to the contribute page? there, all information and guides are present
galia

Because it is more in the “active” zone :) It is just a try to change the approach and see if this will lead to results

Because it is more in the "active" zone :) It is just a try to change the approach and see if this will lead to results
galia

Because it is more in the “active” zone :) It is just a try to change the approach and see if this will lead to results

Because it is more in the "active" zone :) It is just a try to change the approach and see if this will lead to results
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<hr/>
<p>Join our community:
<a href="https://fsfe.org/join/nl2019-06">https://fsfe.org/join/nl2019-06</a></p>
max.mehl

06 -> 07

06 -> 07
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<tags>
<tag>front-page</tag>
<tag content="Newsletter">newsletter</tag>
<tag content="Testimonials">Testimonials</tag>
max.mehl

Wouldn’t create this new tag, rather community

Wouldn't create this new tag, rather `community`
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<tag>front-page</tag>
<tag content="Newsletter">newsletter</tag>
<tag content="Testimonials">Testimonials</tag>
<tag content="Legal Licensing Workshop">LLW</tag>
max.mehl

Let’s use the tag legal instead of llw, much more used according to tags

Let's use the tag `legal` instead of `llw`, much more used according to [tags](https://fsfe.org/tags/tags.html)
galia commented 1 month ago
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@max.mehl edits done

@max.mehl edits done

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