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<p id="category"><a href="/about/team.html">Team</a></p>
<h1>Erik Albers</h1>
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<p style="text-align:center">Programme Manager Digital Sustainability &amp; Communication</p>
<p>Erik Albers is Digital Sustainability Programme Manager and Communication Senior at the Free Software Foundation Europe. Responsible for internal and external communication, he is part of the FSFE's PR- , Web- and Community-team. Erik is a happy employee of the FSFE since 2012 and became member of the <a href="/about/team#general-assembly">FSFE's General Assembly</a> in 2016.</p>
<h4>Focal points</h4>
<p>As Digital Sustainability Programme Manager, Erik designs and directs FSFE's activities related to the sustainability of Free Software. He wrote the FSFE's papers on the <a href="/freesoftware/sustainability/sustainability.html">sustainability of Free Software</a>, on <a href="/freesoftware/developmentcooperation/index.html">digital sustainability in international development cooperation</a>, and manages the <a href="/activities/upcyclingandroid/upcyclingandroid.html">Upcycling Android</a> campaign. Erik regularly gives lectures on digital sustainability at international conferences.</p>
<p>As Communications Senior, Erik designs the content and guarantees continuity of our communication, website, our campaigns, as well as FSFE's <a href="/contribute/spreadtheword">promotional material</a> and our <a href="/news/news">news section</a>. For internal communication he organizes some of our bigger events like the FSFE's community meetings, our CCC assemblies or the <a href="/community/events/2016/summit/frontpage">FSFE Summit</a>. To relax, Erik likes to grab a booth and visit one of the smaller Free Software events in Europe.</p>
<h4>Public speaking and writing</h4>
<p>Erik loves to give general talks about <a href="https://media.fsfe.org/w/3y9SdLpKQvZmmXZhEiZ9QV">digital sustainability</a>, and specifically <a href="https://media. ccc.de/v/thms-49-ber-die-nachhaltigkeit-von-software">About the sustainability of software</a> as well as on <a href="https://media.freifunk.net/v/ 35c3oio-74-f-droid-pimp-your-android-fork-with-the-best-free-software-apps">Freedom to go</a>. Besides working at FSFE, Erik occasionally writes on <a href="https://netzpolitik.org/author/erik/">Netzpolitik.org</a>. </p>
<h4>Background</h4>
<p>Erik studied politics, sociology, art and media science in Konstanz and Granada. His love for Free Software started in the early 2000's and he is a passionate cyclist. Erik maintains the most comprehensive <a href="https://foss.events/">Free Software events calendar in Europe</a> and philosophizes about <a href="https://opensourcegardens.info/">Open Source Gardens</a>. </p>
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<h2>Contact / Follow</h2>
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<li>Mastodon: <em><a href="https://mastodon.social/@3rik">@3rik@mastodon.social</a></em></li>
<li>Blog: <em><a href="https://blog.3rik.cc">blog.3rik.cc</a></em></li>
<li>Twitter: <em><a href="https://twitter.com/3albers">@3albers@twitter.com</a></em></li>
<li>Mail: <em><a href="mailto:eal@fsfe.org">eal (att) fsfe.org</a> (<a href="http://keys.gnupg.net/pks/lookup?op=get&amp;search=0x1868FC2E8639DC81">OpenPGP</a>)</em></li>
<li>Home: <em><a href="https://www.3rik.cc">www.3rik.cc</a></em></li>
<li>Babel info: DE / EN / ES</li>
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<p>Motto: "No one shall ever be forced to use non-free Software." </p>
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<h3><a title="I love Free Software" href="http://ilovefs.org">Erik loves Free Software</a>, especially:</h3>
<p><a title="Audacity: Free Audio Editor" href="http://audacity.sourceforge.net/">Audacity</a> (Free Audio Editor), <a title="Clementine Music Player" href="https://www.clementine-player.org/">Clementine</a> (Music Player), <a title="Clementine Remote" href="https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=de.qspool.clementineremote">Clementine Remote</a> (Clementine remote control app), <a title="DAVx⁵ e: CalDAV/CardDAV Synchronization" href="https://www.davx5.com/">DAVx⁵</a> (Dav Sync), <a title="F-Droid: Free Software App Repository for Android" href="https://f-droid.org/">F-Droid</a> (Free Software App Repository for Android), <a title="Filezilla - The free FTP solution" href="https://filezilla-project.org/">Filezilla</a> (FTP client), <a title="Mozilla: Firefox" href="https://www.mozilla.org/firefox">Firefox</a> (Browser), <a title="Giggity: Schedule viewer for conferences and other events" href="https://wilmer.gaa.st/main.php/giggity.html">Giggity</a> (Conference Scheduler), <a title="Gnome: Gnome 3" href="http://www.gnome.org/gnome-3/">Gnome</a> (GNU/Linux Desktop Environment), <a title="Geany" href="https://www.geany.org/">Geany</a> (text editor), <a title="GIMP" href="http://www.gimp.org/">Gimp</a> (Image manipulation), <a title="GnuPG: The GNU Privacy Guard" href="http://www.gnupg.org/">GnuPG</a> (Email encryption), <a href="https://github.com/gtimelog/gtimelog">Gtimelog</a> (time tracking application), <a title="Hugin - Panorama photo stitcher" href="http://hugin.sourceforge.net/">Hugin</a> (Panorama photo stitcher), <a href="http://www.inkscape.org">Inkscape</a> (Vector graphics editor), <a title="Open Shot Video Editor" href="http://www.openshotvideo.com/">OpenShot</a> (Video editor), <a title="K-9 Mail: Full-featured email client" href="https://k9mail.github.io/">K-9</a> (Mobile Mail App), <a title="The Document Foundation: Libre Office" href="http://libreoffice.org">Libre Office</a> (Free Office Suite), <a title="Mastalab: Multi-account client for Mastodon" href="https://mastalab.app/">Mastalab</a> (Mastodon app), <a title="Mastodon: Social networking, back in your hands" href="https://joinmastodon.org/">Mastodon</a> (distributed, federated FOSS social network), <a href="https://matomo.org/">Matomo</a> (Open Analytics Platform), <a title="Nextcloud: A safe home for all your data" href="https://nextcloud.com/">Nextcloud</a> (Your own cloud), <a title="OpenStreetMap" href="https://www.openstreetmap.org">Open Streetmap</a> (Free maps and navigation), <a href="http://osmand.net/">Osmand</a> (Open Streetmap Navigation App), <a title="RawTherapee" href="http://rawtherapee.com">RawTherapee</a> (Raw-image manipulation), <a href="http://www.scribus.net">Scribus</a> (Publishing Tool), <a title="StreetComplete: OpenStreetMap surveyor app" href="https://f-droid.org/en/packages/de.westnordost.streetcomplete/">StreetComplete</a> (OpenStreetMap gamification), <a title="Mozilla: Thunderbird" href="https://mozilla.org/thunderbird">Thunderbird</a> (Email client), <a title="Tilda" href="http://tilda.sourceforge.net/tildaabout.php">Tilda</a> (drop down terminal), <a title="Tranportr: Public Transport Companion" href="https://transportr.app/">Transportr</a> (Public Transport Companion), <a title="VLC Player" href="http://www.videolan.org/">VLC</a> (Video client), <a title="Wordpress" href="https://wordpress.org/">Wordpress</a> (CMS), <a title="Zotero: Citation Software" href="https://zotero.org">Zotero</a> (citation and literature management)</p>
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