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<h2 class="question">What is your favourite FSFE campaign at the moment?</h2>

<p class="answer">As a public servant: <a href="https://publiccode.eu" targe="_blank">"Public Money? Public Code!"</a>, hands down. I write software for a living, being payed from taxes. I would love to put my software under a free license, for the benefit of others.</p>
<p class="answer">As a public servant: <a href="https://publiccode.eu" targe="_blank">"Public Money? Public Code!"</a>, hands down. I write software for a living, being payed from taxes. I would love to put my software under a free license, for the benefit of others.</p>

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If I'll have to pick favourites, I guess I'll go with Vim. I like that its roots can be traced back for almost half a century, and it's still one of the most useful pieces of software I have ever used. It also promotes a charity I support. Try ":help uganda" in Vim and see for yourself!</p>

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Is there anything you believe the FSFE should improve or begin working on next? Any wishes for the
future?</p>
Is there anything you believe the FSFE should improve or begin working on next? Any wishes for the future?</p>

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Since most of us worked with computers for a long time, I think we're still a little stuck in the mindset of equating "software" with "desktop computer application software". "Free your android" is a great first step in broadening our horizons. For the future I'd wish for the FSFE to focus more on all those centralized systems harvesting, storing and exploiting our data. Let's take back our freedom!</p>

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Video by <a href="https://vimeo.com/nosabo">David Vagt</a>. No animals have been
harmed and the following Free Software has been used: <a href="https://kdenlive.org/" target="_blank">kdenlive</a>,
<a href="https://blender.org/" target="_blank">blender</a>, <a href="https://lmms.io/" target="_blank">LMMS</a>,
<a
href="https://audacityteam.org/" target="_blank">Audacity</a> and <a href="https://ffmpeg.org/"
<a href="https://audacityteam.org/" target="_blank">Audacity</a> and <a href="https://ffmpeg.org/"
target="_blank">ffmpeg</a>.
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Short Interview with Tomás Zerolo (2019)
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<p class="question">FSFE: What made you interested in the FSFE and motivated to become a supporter?</p>
<p class="question">FSFE: What made you interested in the FSFE and motivated to become a supporter?</p>

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<p class="question"> Beyond supporting the FSFE, you also engage as a volunteer. What are you doing for FSFE?</p>
<p class="question">Beyond supporting the FSFE, you also engage as a volunteer. What are you doing for FSFE?</p>

<p class="answer"> I'm mainly having fun. Fun with the people in the local group, fun behind a booth, all that kind of things. And doing some advocacy here and there. </p>
<p class="answer">I'm mainly having fun. Fun with the people in the local group, fun behind a booth, all that kind of things. And doing some advocacy here and there.</p>

<p class="question"> And what is the most fun part about engaging for FSFE? </p>
<p class="question">And what is the most fun part about engaging for FSFE? </p>

<p class="answer"> The people. You are all awesome. It feels great to be part of it. </p>
<p class="answer">The people. You are all awesome. It feels great to be part of it. </p>

<h2 class="question">What is your favourite FSFE campaign at the moment?</h2>

<p class="answer">My favorite campaign is
<a href="https://publiccode.eu" targe="_blanc">"Public Money? Public Code!"</a>.
<p class="answer">My favorite campaign is <a href="https://publiccode.eu" targe="_blank">"Public Money? Public Code!"</a>.</p>

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<img src="/contribute/promopics/pmpc_poster_front_thumb.png" alt="Public Money? Public Code!"/>
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<p class="question"> As the local coordinator Berlin, is the capital of Germany an attractive spot for Free Software enthusiasts? </p>
<p class="question">As the local coordinator Berlin, is the capital of Germany an attractive spot for Free Software enthusiasts?</p>

<p class="answer"> It's most definitely an interesting place. I think Berlin's diverse and open atmosphere, and its not-yet-finished status rhymes pretty well with the ideals of Free Software. </p>
<p class="answer">It's most definitely an interesting place. I think Berlin's diverse and open atmosphere, and its not-yet-finished status rhymes pretty well with the ideals of Free Software.</p>

<h2 class="question" style="clear: both;">In one sentence: What is the biggest benefit of Free Software?</h2>

<p class="answer">It empowers users, i.e. all of us. </p>
<p class="answer">It empowers users, i.e. all of us.</p>

<p class="question">What is your favourite Free Software?</p>

<p class="answer">That's a tough one. But if I had to choose, I'd choose Gnu Emacs, because it's not only free in the four-freedoms sense, but because it goes out of its way to make its inner workings accessible to the user: if you invoke its help system, it doesn't only lead you to a function's documentation, but also to its source code.</p>
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That's a tough one. But if I had to choose, I'd choose Gnu Emacs, because it's not only free in the four-freedoms sense, but because it goes out of its way to make its inner workings accessible to the user: if you invoke its help system, it doesn't only lead you to a function's documentation, but also to its source code.</p>

<p class="question">Is there anything you believe the FSFE should improve or begin working on next? Any wishes for the
future?</p>
<p class="question">Is there anything you believe the FSFE should improve or begin working on next? Any wishes for the future?</p>

<p class="answer">I think we should network with other related groups outside of the software bubble: all those concerned with (individual) freedom, empowerment, sustainability. Software is sneakily taking over, without society at large really taking notice, and is influencing us in alarmingly deep ways already -- the decisions being taken by a few at the top of a few powerful commercial (and state) entities.
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It's about time software isn't considered any more as something "for specialists" and that society at large takes part in helping shape it. We'll need the four freedoms for that, but I think we'll need more than just that.</p>
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I think we should network with other related groups outside of the software bubble: all those concerned with (individual) freedom, empowerment, sustainability. Software is sneakily taking over, without society at large really taking notice, and is influencing us in alarmingly deep ways already -- the decisions being taken by a few at the top of a few powerful commercial (and state) entities. It's about time software isn't considered any more as something "for specialists" and that society at large takes part in helping shape it. We'll need the four freedoms for that, but I think we'll need more than just that.</p>

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