This repository contains the source files of fsfe.org, pdfreaders.org, freeyourandroid.org, ilovefs.org, drm.info, and test.fsfe.org.
Table of Contents
Our web team has compiled some information about technology used for this website on the Information for Webmasters page.
Most files are XHTML files organised in a rather logical folder structure.
Notable directories are:
about: Information about the FSFE itself, its team members etc
activities: All specific FSFE activities
eeetc: Folders used for the FSFE country teams
build: Mostly custom Bash and XSL scripts to build the website
cgi-bin: Our very few CGI scripts
error: Custom 4xx and 5xx error pages
events: Files for our events, ordered by year
freesoftware: More timeless pages explaining Free Software and related topics
global: Globally used data files and modules, also the static translated strings.
graphics: Icons, pictures and logos
internal: Forms used mostly by FSFE staff for internal processes
look: CSS and other style files
news: Files for news articles, press releases, and newsletters ordered by year
order: Our web shop
tags: Files necessary to display used tags throughout the website. Mostly automatically generated
tools: Contains miscellaneous XML, XSL, and SH files.
This repository also contains the source files of other websites the FSFE hosts:
- test.fsfe.org is build from the test branch of this repository
Become member of our awesome webmaster team and help improving our online information platform! The web teams wiki page contains info how to join the mailing list, where a issue tracker can be found, and how to edit the website's source code.
We adore our voluntary translators who make information about Free Software available over 30 languages, from Arabic to Turkish!
Join them to spread the message of our community in all over Europe and beyond. The translators team page will introduce you to their amazing work.
You can build the fsfe.org website on your own computer to make previews of single pages possible offline and without having to wait for an online website build. A dedicated wiki page tells you how to do it.