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<title>Public Money? Public Code! brochure is now available in Spanish</title>
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<body>
<h1>Public Money? Public Code! brochure is now available in Spanish </h1>
<p>
A large part of our work is possible thanks to the contribution of
our volunteers. This was not the exception. Our Public Money?
Public Code! brochure is now translated into Spanish, and we
hosted an event to share this great news with our community.
GNUHealth, Pica Pica HackLab, Lliurex, Linkat, and KDE took
part in our event.
</p>
<figure>
<img
src="https://pics.fsfe.org/uploads/big/696af56c4506ebc114f9cd7df21dac13.png"
alt="Picture with panelists"/>
</figure>
<p>
In the framework of our Public Money? Public Code! initiative, we
have an exhaustive brochure dedicated to public administrations.
It summarises the FSFE&#39;s long-term expertise with additional
knowledge from leading experts in various ICT areas. It helps
readers understand Free Software and its benefits for a modern
digital public infrastructure. Hot topics covered include the
avoidance of vendor lock-in, improvement of IT security through
openness, exploring different business models, handling of
procurement issues, and learning from innovative approaches to
smart cities.
</p>
<p>
Now, thanks to the work of our volunteers, <strong>this brochure is
also available in <a
href="https://download.fsfe.org/campaigns/pmpc/ES/FSFE_Policy_Brochure_PMPC_ALL_es.pdf">Spanish</a></strong>,
which means a broader audience that can read about the
benefits of modernising public infrastructure with public code
in their own language, and that is a highlight to us.
</p>
<p>
To share this good news, we organised an event dedicated to
our Spanish speaking community. We had the
participation of experts such as Luis Falcón, founder of
GNUHealth, Ricardo Muñoz from Lliurex, Alexis Puente Montiel
from Pica Pica HackLab, Francesc Busquets in representation of
Linkat, and Aleix Pol Gonzalez, president of KDE. Our
speakers and panelist also had the chance to discuss the
challenges that still lie ahead for Free Software in the
public sector with a special focus on Spain.
</p>
<p>
Do not worry if you could not participate; we have recorded our
sessions and the videos are now available.
</p>
<h2 id="public-money-public-code-initiative-and-translation-process-">Public Money? Public Code! and the importance of a new translation</h2>
<p>
FSFE Project Manager Lina Ceballos gave an introduction to
our Public Money? Public Code! initiative which requires Free
Software as the standard for all publicly financed software. Lina
also shared how important is for our community to be able to read
this brochure in their own languages, and encouraged others to join
us. Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/introductiontalk.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/introductiontalk.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<h2 id="gnuhealth-">GNUHealth</h2>
<p>
Dr. Luis Falcón is a Spanish physician, scientist, and activist.
He is the founder of GNU Solidario, a non-profit humanitarian
organisation focused on Social Medicine. Luis is the author of
GNU Health, the award-winning Free Health and Hospital
Information System. In our event, he talked about GNU Health
and the importance of Free Software in Public Health regarding
data privacy, technological sovereignty, and equity of access to
health services. Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview1_gnuhealth.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview1_gnuhealth.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<h2 id="lliurex-">Lliurex</h2>
<p>
Ricardo Muñoz, who is the coordinator of the Lliurex project,
is a Telecommunications Engineer, a teacher, and now he is part
of the team of the Computer Service for Educational Centres of
the Regional Ministry (SICE) of Valencia as a Technical
Teaching Advisor (ATD). Ricardo told us a bit more about the
history, challenges, and the values that Lliurex offers to the
education sector but also to the Free Software ecosystem.
Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview2_lliurex.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview2_lliurex.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<h2 id="linkat-">Linkat</h2>
<p>
Francesc Busquets is part of the Unit of infrastructures, Free
Software, and online services of the Digital Culture Area of the
Department of Education of the Generalitat de Catalunya. He talked
about Linkat, a Free Software solution used for over 15 years in
some of the schools in the Catalonian community, highlighting the
ethical values of Linkat. Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview3_linkat.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview3_linkat.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<h2 id="pica-pica-hacklab-">Pica Pica HackLab</h2>
<p>
Alexis Puente Montiel is the founder and coordinator of Pica Pica
HackLab (PicaHack), a HackLab that managed to <a
href="/news/2019/news-20190514-01.html">convince
the parliament of Asturias to support our campaign Public Money?
Public Code!</a>, being the first parliament in Spain to do so. He
told us about this experience and what is needed to achieve
such goals. Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview4_picapica.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview4_picapica.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<h2 id="panel-">Panel</h2>
<p>
The already mentioned speakers with the addition of Aleix Pol
Gonzalez - developer and current President of KDE e.V. and founder
of Barcelona Free Software - discussed some of the challenges that
they face in their everyday work for software freedom and what is
needed to overcome them. The panel was moderated by Lina Ceballos
- FSFE Project Manager. Video in Spanish.
</p>
<video preload="none"
poster="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview5_panel.jpg"
controls="controls" width="100%"> <source
src="https://download.fsfe.org/videos/pmpc/ES%20PMPC%20Brochure%20event/interview5_panel.mp4"
type='video/mp4; codecs="avc1.42E01E, mp4a.40.2"' /> </video>
<p>
Remember that you can take action as well by joining our <a
href="https://publiccode.eu/">campaign</a>, distributing our <a
href="/activities/publiccode/brochure">brochure</a>,
and <a
href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Activities/ContactingAdministrationsForPMPC">convincing
your local administration</a> to use Free Software.
</p>
</body>
<tags>
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<tag key="pmpc">Public Money? Public Code!</tag>
<tag key="public-administration">Public Administration</tag>
<tag key="procurement">Public Procurement</tag>
<tag key="es">Spain</tag>
</tags>
<discussion href="https://community.fsfe.org/t/790"/>
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