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<h1>FSFE Newsletter - September 2012</h1>

<h2>Wie in den 90ern, nur mit Telefonen: Die ersten „Befreien Sie Ihr Android!“ Install-Parties</h2>

<p>Immer mehr Menschen fangen an, mobile Telefone mit Android zu benutzen. Aber
um die volle Kontrolle über Ihr Telefon zu behalten, müssen Sie eine andere Android
Firmware darauf installieren. Um diese Telefon-Befreiung einfach zu machen haben wir
die <a href="http://freeyourandroid.org">Free Your Android Kampagne</a> ins Leben
gerufen.</p>

<p newsteaser="yes">In der <a href="/news/nl/nl-201208.html">letzten Ausgabe des
Newsletters</a> haben wir Sie in unserer „Werde Aktiv“-Sektion darum gebeten
bei den „Befreien Sie Ihr Android!“ Install-Parties zu helfen. So wie es bei den
GNU/Linux Install-Parties vor einigen Jahren war. Dank geht an alle die uns deshalb
kontaktierten und ihre Hilfe zugesichert haben.</p>

<p>Diesen Monat haben einige von uns schon mit solchen Install-Parties angefangen.
Zuerst hat Thorsten Grote Erik Albers und Ihrem Schreiberling gezeigt wie sie ihre
Telefone befreien. Das wurde von ihm auch <a href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/mk/?p=981">auf die
Schnelle dokumentiert</a>. Dann haben am 26. August 13 Personen aus Österreich, Frankreich,
Deutschland, Slowenien und Spanien an Workshops der FSFE teilgenommen. Um es mit den
<a href="http://silkemeyer.net/workshop-free-your-android">Worten von Silke Meyer</a>,
einer der Leiterinen, zusammen zu fassen: „Der Workshop hatte zwei Ziele: Menschen
bei der Installation Freier Software zu helfen und Richtlinien zu entwickeln und zu
dokumentieren, auf die zukünftige Workshopleiter zurückgreifen können“. Resultat: Wir
befreiten vier Telefone, haben drei auf eine neuere Version upgedated, dokumentierten,
was wir gemacht haben (dazu gehörte auch
<a href="https://wiki.fsfe.org/Android/Workshop">unsere ursprügnliche Workshop Dokumentation</a>)
und wir haben über Sticker für befreite Telefone nachgedacht. Neben <a
href="http://silkemeyer.net/workshop-free-your-android">Silkes Blogeintrag</a> gibt es auch
<a href="http://abriraqui.net/2012/08/27/liberando-el-android-de-un-htc-desire/">einen
spanischen Artikel mit Anleitungen</a> und einen <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/mk/?p=1000">anderen Artikel der auch einige Bilder von
glücklichen Teilnehmern enthält</a>.</p>

<p>Wir halten weitere Workshops am 4. September in Kattowitz (Polen), am 9. September in
Priština (Kosovo) und am 15. September in Berlin (Deutschland), Paris (Frankreich) und
Ljubljana (Sloweninen). Das Ziel der Kampagne ist es auch, das Updaten zu erleichtern.
Es gibt die Freie Software „OTA Update Center“, die das Updaten erleichtert. Aber wie
Torsten <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/torsten.grote/2012/08/26/updating-custom-versions-of-android-easily/">erklärt,
gibt es noch immer einige Probleme damit.</a>. Vielleicht können Sie, oder jemand, den
Sie kennen, damit helfen?</p>

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<h2>Standardisation Absurdity: Still No OOXML</h2>

<p>Office suites have one of the strongest network effects: it is often
difficult to use another word processor than Microsoft Word. If something does
not work, you as a Free Software user are blamed by the others when the
document exchange is not working. So one of the reasons, why we are <a
href="/activities/os/os.html">promoting Open Standards</a> is to make it
possible for Free Software users to communicate with others, who are using
non-free software.</p>

<p>Because most decision-makers now understand, that <a
href="/activities/os/def.html">Open Standards</a> are crucial for a fair
market, Microsoft pushed its own standard called Microsoft Office Open XML
(OOXML), claiming it is an Open Standard. FSFE <a
href="/activities/os/msooxml-questions.html">questioned the ISO
certification</a> starting in 2007, and when ISO approved it we <a
href="http://mail.fsfeurope.org/pipermail/press-release/2008q2/000206.html">were
concerned about the quality of standardisation process</a>.</p>

<p>Recently Microsoft <a
href="http://blogs.office.com/b/office-next/archive/2012/08/13/the-new-office-expands-file-format-options.aspx">announced</a>
that the next edition of Microsoft Office 2013, will support the OOXML document
standard. <a href="">Karsten Gerloff is analysing</a> this public admission by
Microsoft that they have not implemented OOXML until now – despite everything
their sales people have apparently been telling clients in business and the
public sector.</p>

<h2>Something completely different</h2>

<ul>

<li>Softwarepatents and rounded rectangles: Samsung should pay more than a
billion US dollars in damages for Apple. Karsten Gerloff takes a look <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/gerloff/2012/08/28/apple-vs-samsung-does-it-matter/">if
this decision matters</a> (<a
href="https://netzpolitik.org/2012/apple-vs-samsung-meilenstein-oder-schlagloch/">German
version on netzpolitik</a>).</li>

<li>Digital Restrictions Management: For the visitors of the Consumer
Electronics Unlimited (IFA), FSFE's German team together with "Digitale
Gesellschaft e.V." has published <a href="/news/2012/news-20120831-01.html">a
German DRM booklet</a>, based on the <a
href="http://www.edri.org/files/2012EDRiPapers/DRM.pdf">one we made
together with EDRi (PDF)</a>. Our sister organisation <a
href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/node/2243">published a "DRM-Free"
label</a>, and there are offers to get DRM-free ebooks and music in <a
href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/node/2244">pay-what-you-want
bundles</a>!</li>
<li>Wistleblower software published as Free Software: The weekly German
newspaper <a href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/mk/?p=978">"Die Zeit" published a
wistleblower software, as Free Software</a>. Now security experts have the
opportunity to analyse the software, and improve it provide good technology
for more transparancy.</li>

<li>Free Software in your holiday destination: Joinup reports, that the <a
href="https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/news/canary-islands-government-increasing-and-encouraging-open-source-use">
Canary Islands' government is increasing and encouraging Free Software
use</a>, especially for their telephone system and their office suite. They
expect 25% reduction of non-free software license costs.</li>

<li>Not directly connected with Free Software, but <a
href="/news/2011/news-20110301-01.html">Fellowship representative</a> and
former <a href="/contribute/internship.html">FSFE intern</a> Hugo Roy is all
over the news with his project <a href="http://tos-dr.info/">"Terms of
Service - Didn't Read"</a>, e.g. <a
href="http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-08/15/tos-dr-website">Wired</a>,
<a
href="http://techcrunch.com/2012/08/13/putting-an-end-to-the-biggest-lie-on-the-internet/">Techcrunch</a>,
<a
href="http://www.zeit.de/digital/internet/2012-08/terms-of-service-did-not-read">Die
Zeit</a>, <a
href="http://moneyland.time.com/2012/08/10/new-site-grades-those-pesky-terms-of-service-agreements-you-never-read/">Time</a>,
<a
href="http://www.stern.de/digital/online/datenschutz-projekt-die-agb-checker-1881991.html">Stern</a>,
<a
href="http://www.welt.de/print/welt_kompakt/webwelt/article108808811/Internet-Kompakt.html">Die
Welt</a>, <a
href="http://www.lemonde.fr/technologies/article/2012/08/14/un-site-veut-mettre-fin-au-mensonge-des-conditions-d-utilisation-sur-internet_1745942_651865.html">Le
Monde</a>, and many more. Thanks Hugo for your good work!</li>
<li>A selection from the <a href="http://planet.fsfe.org">Fellowship blog
aggregation</a>:</li>

<ul>

<li>Clean Your Android: Mark Lindhout is writing about annoying phone
problems. This time it is fixed by <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/marklindhout/2012/08/htc-desire-hd-keeps-opening-the-locations-app-and-goes-to-speaker-during-phone-calls/">cleaning
your micro USB port and headphone jack</a>, but this is not as simple as
it sounds.</li>

<li>Distributed Free Software: Bdale Garbee <a
href="http://www.gag.com/bdale/blog/posts/FreedomBox_0.1.html">reports that
Freedom Box 0.1 was released</a>, and <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/samtuke/?p=401">Sam Tuke wrote about Secure
Share</a>, which aims to become an ultra-secure social network</li>

<li>Are you still using paper maps, or are you using map programs on your
phones (e.g. OSMAnd+)? <a href="http://aligunduz.org/blog/?p=521">Ali
Gündüz</a> loves old maps, and he wrote about his three old maps from 1764,
1872, 1859.</li>

<li>Fellow Number 1, <a href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/mario/?p=181">Mario Fux
informs you</a> about the donations for the Free Software meetings in
Randa. </li>

<li>One of the rarely bloggers, Mr Rainer "Merchandise" Kersten, wrote <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/rainer/?p=37">a comment about competence, and
digital dementia (German)</a>.</li>

<li>On a more technical side: Werner Koch, author of GnuPG and GA member
writes about <a
href="http://rem.eifzilla.de/archives/2012/08/17/beta-release-numbering-with-git">beta
release numbering with GIT</a>, and Myriam Schweingruber asked people to <a
href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/myriam/2012/08/08/triagers-and-testers-needed/">participate
in a kmail bugsprint</a> which took place on August 18th.</li>

<li>Do you know <a href="http://www.nyan.cat/">Nyancat</a>? Your editor
apologises, if you did not want to be reminded about it. But now there is a
GNU version of it: the <a
href="http://archive.org/details/M00GNU">MOOGNU</a>, and</li>

<li>finally, if you are interested in playing okulele, Guido Arnold, explains
<a href="http://blogs.fsfe.org/guido/2012/07/how-i-tuned-my-ukulele/">how he
tuned his ukulele using Free Software and Wikipedia</a>.</li>

</ul>

</ul>

<h2>Get Active: Contribute to Free Software news!</h2>

<p>Your editor always tries to cover important and interesting news about FSFE
and Free Software. So shameless house advertising: if read or hear interesting
Free Software news, please write an e-mail to <a
href="/about/kirschner/kirschner.html">your editor</a>, with a short note why
this news is particularly interesting or important in your view.</p>

<p>Thanks to all the <a href="http://fellowship.fsfe.org/join">Fellows</a> and
<a href="donate/thankgnus.html">donors</a> who enable our work,<br/>
<a href="/about/kirschner">Matthias Kirschner </a> - <a href="http://www.fsfe.org">FSFE</a></p>

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