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<p>The FSFE continued organising its <a href="/activities/ftf/legal-conference.html">Free Software Legal and Licensing Workshop</a> (LLW), over the course of three days in Barcelona. In its 12th iteration of the event, <strong>the LLW served again as a meeting point for eligible legal experts in the field of Free Software licensing</strong> to discuss current issues and best practices. For this year, the loose theme of the LLW was "The Long Term View: Looking Back and Planning Ahead", to allow participants to reflect on the histories that have forged the current legal landscape, and provide opportunities to discuss the way forward to tackle the issues facing Free Software licensing.</p>

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<img src="/picturebase/onstage/201907-Alex-Sander-Church-Day_800pxl.JPG" alt="The team organising and running the FSFE's Legal Licensing Workshop." />
<img src="/picturebase/events/201904-llw-team-800px.jpg" alt="The team organising and running the FSFE's Legal Licensing Workshop." />
<figcaption>The team organising and running the FSFE's Legal Licensing Workshop.</figcaption>
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<h3 id="ourwebathons">Our web-a-thons</h3>

<p>This year we have seen our <a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Events/2018/1124-fsfe-hackathon">first</a> and <a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Events/2019/0525-fsfe-web-a-thon">second</a> web-a-thon. <strong>These web-a-thons are happenings in that we bring together technologically interested volunteers from all around Europe</strong> with the intend to spend a weekend together, have a great time with each other and to collectively work on our homepage. You can see our achievements in the respective milestones in our git (<a href="https://git.fsfe.org/FSFE/fsfe-website/milestone/9?state=closed">1</a>, (milestone <a href="https://git.fsfe.org/FSFE/fsfe-website/milestone/10?state=closed">2</a> but what you cannot see in there is the good mood and spirit that we experience on these occasions. That is why herewith we bring another big thank you to everyone who participated and if you feel motivated now, don't miss to join the next one! </p>
<p>This year we have seen our <a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Events/2018/1124-fsfe-hackathon">first</a> and <a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Events/2019/0525-fsfe-web-a-thon">second</a> web-a-thon. <strong>These web-a-thons are happenings in that we bring together technologically interested volunteers from all around Europe</strong> with the intend to spend a weekend together, have a great time with each other and to collectively work on our homepage. You can see our achievements in the respective milestones in our git (<a href="https://git.fsfe.org/FSFE/fsfe-website/milestone/9?state=closed">milestone 1</a>, <a href="https://git.fsfe.org/FSFE/fsfe-website/milestone/10?state=closed">milestone 2</a>) but what you cannot see in there is the good mood and spirit that we experience on these occasions. That is why herewith we bring another big thank you to everyone who participated and if you feel motivated now, don't miss to join the next one! </p>

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<img src="/picturebase/events/201905-webathon-group-picture-800px.jpg" alt="Participants at a FSFE web-a-thon." />

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