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<li><b>Wenn Sie unsere Seite verlinken möchten:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Vorlagen und Grafiken</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>Wenn Sie weitere Fragen haben:</b> <br/>
Versuchen Sie die <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Schwesterorganisationen</h2>

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<li><b>If you want to link to our site:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Artwork and Graphics</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>If you have further questions:</b> <br/>
Try the <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Sister Organisations</h2>

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<li><b>Si desea crear un link a nuestro sitio web:</b> <br/>
<a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Diseños y gráficos</a> de la FSF Europa</li> <br/>

<li><b>Si tiene más preguntas:</b> <br/>
Visite la <a href="faq.html">FAQ de la FSF Europa</a> (preguntas más comunes)</li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Organizaciones relacionadas</h2>

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<li><b>Come fare un link al nostro sito:</b> <br/>
<a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Loghi e grafiche</a> della FSFE</li> <br/>

<li><b>Se avete altre domande:</b> <br/>
Provate la <a href="faq.html">FAQ della FSF Europe</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Organizzazioni associate</h2>

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<li><b>If you want to link to our site:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Artwork and Graphics</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>If you have further questions:</b> <br/>
Try the <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Sister Organisations</h2>

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<li><b>Hvis du vil lenke til vår side:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">bilder og grafikk</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>Hvis du har flere spørsmål:</b> <br/>
Prøv <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Søsterorganisasjoner</h2>

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<li><b>Dacă doriţi să faceţi o referire (legătură) paginii noastre:</b> <br/>
FSF Europa <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html"> grafică</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>Dacă aveţi întrebări:</b> <br/>
Încercaţi <a href="faq.html">FSF Europa FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Organizaţii surori</h2>

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<li><b>Nëse doni të lidhni ¨site¨-in tonë:</b> <br/>
<a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Punime artistike dhe Grafika</a></li> të FSF Europës<br/>

<li><b>Nëse keni pyetje të mëtejshme:</b> <br/>
Provoni <a href="faq.html">FAQ për FSF Europën</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Organizma Vëllezër</h2>

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<li><b>Om du vill länka till oss:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Bilder och Grafik</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>Om du har fler frågor:</b> <br/>
Titta i <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Systerorganisationer</h2>

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<li><b>If you want to link to our site:</b> <br/>
FSF Europe <a href="/about/graphics/graphics.html">Artwork and Graphics</a></li> <br/>

<li><b>If you have further questions:</b> <br/>
Try the <a href="faq.html">FSF Europe FAQ</a></li> <br/>

</ul>

<h2>Sister Organisations</h2>

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<html lang="en">
<head>
<title>Free Software Foundation Europe - Frequently Answered Questions (FAQ)</title>
</head>
<body>

<div> <!-- The header will be inserted here -->
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<center>
<h1>Free Software Foundation Europe</h1>
<h2>Frequently Answered Questions (FAQ)</h2>
</center>

<ul>

<li><a name="help"></a><b>Q: How can I help you?</b>
<p>Being a non-profit, in many areas volunteer-driven Non-Governmental
Organisation (NGO), our resources &#8212; and hence our capabilities
to do our work &#8212; largely depend on volunteer contribution and
donations.</p>

<p>So if you would like us to do more or simply enable us to keep
working, please help us either with your <a
href="/help/help.html">volunteer work</a>, a <a
href="/help/donate.html">donation</a> or both.</p></li>

<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>Q: Why do you not have an
"associate membership" like the FSF North America?</b><p>A: FSF
Europe has considered this in the past - in fact we have been
receiving requests for something like this as since 2001. We did
consider it, but have decided against it for the FSF
Europe.</p><p>Our main reason for deciding against associate membership was that we
felt it was problematic to call normal donors "members" if they do not
get the right to vote. This is not so unusual in the United States,
especially for U.S. book clubs and such, but for a European
organisation working in the political field it did not seem
fitting.</p><p>We are considering other possible alternatives to
give people some goodies for supporting the FSF Europe,
though.</p><p>The <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">sponsoring
buttons</a> were a first step, but there will be more.</p></li>

<li><a name="who"></a><b>Q: Who are the members that make up FSF
Europe?</b><p>A: People from different European countries, usually with a
long history in Free Software. A list of members is available <a
href="members.html">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="member"></a><b>Q: How can I become member of the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>A: Warning: It is possible that the question you really meant to
ask is "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</a>" -- please read on to decide for yourself.</p>

<p>As the major Free Software Foundations (such as the FSF Europe)
maintain the legal aspects of the GNU Project including maintaining
the GPL, LGPL, GFDL licenses or legal documents such as the <a
href="/projects/fla/">Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA)</a>,
membership in the FSF cannot be entirely open. Otherwise we'd
jeopardise our ability to defend these against hostile takeover.</p>
<p>Also because of the often highly political and legal nature of our
work, we sometimes need to find a compromise that we may not
be entirely happy with, but that our members are then bound to.</p>
<p>Consequently, membership in the FSF Europe requires a high level of
personal dedication and willingness to rate the needs of Free Software
above personal interests. Not everyone is willing to or capable of
making that commitment.</p>

<p>When people are willing to make such a commitment, new members are
appointed by act of the general assembly when 3/4 of all existing
members are convinced the applicant understand the long term issues of
Free Software and wants to devote a large part of his or her life to
this task. We hope to have 3-4 members (but not much more) from each
European country at some point.</p>

<p>Should you consider this for yourself, we recommend starting to
work with us so we can get to know each other.</p>

<p>So regardless of whether you really meant to ask this question or
whether you just wanted to know how to get involved, it might be
useful to read on at "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in
the FSF Europe?</a>"</p>
</li>

<li><a name="getinvolved"></a><b>Q: How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>
A: There are several ways to get involved in the activities of the FSF
Europe. If you just wish to get active doing some things, you might
have a look at the <a href="/help/help.html">Help Section</a>.</p>

<p>If you wish to work with us, you could either seek direct <a
href="/contact/contact.html">contact</a> or get involved in the FSF
Europe through working in the <a href="/associates/">Associate
Organisations</a>.</p>

<p>There is no limit but your engagement on how involved you can
become in the internal workings of the FSF Europe once we get to know
each other.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>Q: Someone claimed to be working for
you, is this true?</b><p>A: We have many people who work with and for
us on a regular basis, so even if you get contacted by someone with an
email address that does not seem related, this person may be working
in our name. Chances are you will find that person on our list of <a
href="volunteers.html">Permanent Volunteers</a>. Otherwise please <a
href="/contact/contact.html">ask us</a> if you want to be
sure.</p></li>

<li><a name="legal"></a><b>Q: What is your legal status/structure?</b><p>A:
As Europe is still quite a way from being legally united, a modular
solution had to be found. You can find more information <a
href="/about/legal/">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>Q: Where do I find the FSF Europe Logo
and other Artwork?</b><p>A: They are online <a
href="graphics/graphics.html">here</a>.</p></li>

</ul>

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<title>Free Software Foundation Europa - Preguntas más comunes (FAQ)</title>
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<center>
<h1>Free Software Foundation Europa</h1>
<h2>Preguntas más comunes (FAQ)</h2>
</center>

<ul>

<li><a name="help"></a><b>P: ¿Cómo puedo ayudar?</b>
<p>R: Al carecer de ánimo de lucro, y siendo en muchas áreas una organización no gubernamental (ONG) que se soporta en el voluntariado, nuestros recursos, y de este modo nuestra capacidad para realizar nuestro trabajo, dependen en gran medida de donaciones y de contribuciones de voluntarios.</p>
<p>De modo que si desea que hagamos más o simplemente quiere hacer posible que sigamos trabajando, por favor ayúdenos bien con su
<a href="/help/help.html">trabajo voluntario</a>, una <a
href="/help/donate.html">donación</a>, o ambas.</p></li>

<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>P: ¿Por qué no tienen
un programa de miembros asociados como la FSF Norteamérica?
</b><p>R: FSF
Europa ha considerado esto en el pasado, de hecho hemos recibido
peticiones similares desde 2001. Lo consideramos, pero
decidimos no llevarlo a cabo para la FSF Europa.</p>
<p>
Nuestra razón primordial para decidir en contra del programa de miembros
asociados fue que sentimos que es problemático llamar "miembros" a los
donantes normales si no se les otorgaba derecho a voto. Esto no es tan
atípico en los Estados Unidos, especialmente en los clubs de lectores y
otros similares, pero para una organización europea que trabaja
en el campo político no parecía adecuado.</p>
<p>
Estamos considerando otras posibles alternativas para brindar a la gente
buenas oportunidades para dar soporte a la FSF Europa, no obstante.</p>
<p>Los <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">botones de patrocinio</a> constituyeron un primer paso, pero habrá más.</p></li>

<li><a name="who"></a><b>P: ¿quiénes son los miembros que componen la FSF
Europa?</b>
<p>R: Gente de diferentes paises europeos, generalmente con una
larga trayectoria en el Software Libre. Está disponible una lista de

miembros <a href="members.html">aquí</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="member"></a><b>P: ¿Cómo puedo llegara ser un miembro de la
FSF Europa?</b>

<p>R: Aviso: Es posible que la pregunta que quiera hacer en realidad sea
"<a href="#getinvolved">¿Cómo puedo involucrarme en la FSF Europa?</a>" Por favor, continúe leyendo y decida por usted mismo.</p>

<p>
Debido a que las principales Fundaciones de Software Libre (tales como la FSF Europa) mantienen los aspectos legales del Proyecto GNU incluyendo el mantenimiento de las licencias GPL, LGPL, GFDL, o documentos legales tales como el
<a href="/projects/fla/">Contrato de Licencia Fiduciaria (FLA)</a>,
la condición de miembro en la FSF no puede ser completamente abierta.
En caso contrario habríamos comprometido nuestra habilidad de defender
las mismas contra tomas de posesión hostiles.</p>
<p>
También debido a la naturaleza a menudo altamente política y legal de nuestro trabajo, en ocasiones necesitamos encontrar un compromiso con el que no estamos completamente de acuerdo, pero que nuestros miembros deben acatar.</p>
<p>
En consecuencia, la condición de miembro en la FSF Europa requiere un
alto nivel de voluntad y dedicación personal para considerar las necesidades
del Software Libre por encima de los intereses personales. No todo el mundo tiene la voluntad o es capaz de aceptar ese compromiso.</p>

<p>
Cuando alguien quiere tomar ese compromiso, los nuevos miembros se nombran
por la asamblea general cuando 3/4 de todos los miembros existentes
están convencidos de que el aspirante comprende las cuestiones de largo plazo
del Software Libre y quiere dedicar una gran parte de su vida a esta tarea.
Esperamos tener tres o cuatro miembros (pero muchos más) de cada país europeo
en un momento dado.</p>

<p>Si considera esto para usted, le recomendamos que comience a trabajar con
nosotrosde modo que podamos conocernos.</p>

<p>
De modo que, con independencia de si realmente quería formular esta pregunta
si sólo quería saber cómo involucrarse, podría ser util seguir leyendo "<a href="#getinvolved">¿Cómo puedo involucrarme en la FSF Europa?</a>"</p>
</li>

<li><a name="getinvolved"></a>
<b>P: ¿Cómo puedo involucrarme en la FSF Europa?</b>

<p>
R: Hay varias formas de involucrarse en las actividades de la FSF Europa.
Si sólo quiere hacer algunas cosas, debería echar un vistazo a la
<a href="/help/help.html">sección de Ayuda</a>.</p>

<p>Si desea trabajar con nosotros, podría buscar <a
href="/contact/contact.html">contacto</a> directo, o bien
involucrarse en la FSF Europa trabajando en las <a href="/associates/">Organizaciones Asociadas</a>.</p>

<p>No hay límite más que su propio compromiso en el involucramiento
al que puede llegar en los trabajos internos de la FSF Europa una
vez que nos lleguemos a conocer.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>P: Alguien dice estar trabajando para ustedes, ¿es esto cierto?</b>
<p>R:
Tenemos mucha gente trabajando con y para nosotros con regularidad, de modo que
aunque alguien contacte con usted con una dirección de email que no parece
relacionada, esta persona puede estar trabajando en nuestro nombre. Lo más probable es que encuentre este persona en nuestra lista de <a
href="volunteers.html">Voluntarios Permanentes</a>. De otro modo, por favor, <a
href="/contact/contact.html">pregúntenos</a> si quiere estar seguro.</p></li>

<li><a name="legal"></a><b>P: ¿Cuál es su estatus y estructura legal?</b><p>R:
Debido a que Europa está todavía lejos de estar legalmente unida, se ha tenido que buscar una solución modular. Puede encontrar más información <a
href="/about/legal/">aquí</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>P: ¿Dónde puedo encontrar el logo de la FSF Europa y otros diseños?</b><p>R: Se encuentran en línea <a
href="graphics/graphics.html">aquí</a>.</p></li>

</ul>

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<h1>Free Software Foundation Europe</h1>
<h2>Questions fréquemment posées (FAQ)</h2>
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<ul>

<li><a name="help"></a><b>Q : Comment puis-je vous aider ?</b>
<p>R : Étant une Organisation Non Gouvernementale (ONG) à but non
lucratif, conduite dans de nombreux domaines par des volontaires, nos
ressources &#8212; et ainsi les moyens de faire notre travail &#8212;
dépendent largement des donations et contributions des volontaires.</p>

<p>Donc si vous aimeriez que nous fassions plus ou simplement nous
permettre de travailler, veuillez nous aider soit avec votre <a
href="/help/help.html">travail volontaire</a>, soit avec une <a
href="/help/donate.html">donation</a>, ou bien les deux.</p></li>



<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>Q : Pourquoi n'avez-vous pas
de 'membres associés' comme la FSF Amérique du Nord ?</b><p>R : La FSF
Europe a auparavant considéré cette option - en fait nous avons reçu
des demandes de ce genre depuis 2001. Nous l'avons considéré, mais
nous n'avons pas retenu cette solution pour la FSF Europe.</p>

<p>La principale raison pour ne pas retenir cette solution était que
nous pensions qu'il était problématique d'appeler un donateur
'membres' alors qu'ils n'obtenait pas le droit de vote. Ce n'est pas
si inhabituel au États-Unis, spécialement pour les clubs de livres
américains et autres, mais pour une organisation européenne
travaillant dans le domaine politique, cela semblait innaproprié.</p>

<p>Cependant, nous considérons d'autres alternatives possibles pour offrir
quelques goodies à ceux qui aident la FSF Europe.</p>

<p>Les <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">bannières de sponsor
</a> ont été une première étape, mais il y en aura d'autres.</p></li>



<li><a name="who"></a><b>Q : Qui sont les membres qui constituent la
FSF Europe ?</b>

<p>R : Ce sont des personnes de différents pays européens, ayant
souvent une longue histoire dans le Logiciel Libre. Une liste des
membres est disponible <a href="members.html">ici</a>.</p></li>





<li><a name="member"></a><b>Q : Comment puis-je devenir membre de la
FSF Europe ?</b>

<p>R : Attention : il est possible que la question que vous vouliez
véritablement poser était "<a href="#getinvolved">Comment puis-je
m'impliquer dans la FSF Europe ?</a>" -- veuillez continuer de lire
pour décider par vous-même.</p>

<p>Les Fondations pour le Logiciel Libre majeures (comme la FSF
Europe) maintenant les aspects légaux du projet GNU, ce qui inclut la
maintenance des licences GPL, LGPL, GFL ou des documents légaux tels
que l'<a href="/projects/fla/">Accord de Licence Fiduciaire (FLA)</a>,
l'adhésion à la FSF ne peut pas être complètement ouverte. Autrement, nous
compromettrions notre capacité à les défendre contre une prise de
contrôle hostile.</p>

<p>En outre, en raison de la nature hautement politique et légale de
notre travail, nous avons parfois à trouver un compromis dont nous ne
soyons pas totalement satisfait, mais auquel nos membres sont alors liés.</p>

<p>En conséquence, l'adhésion à la FSF Europe requiert une forte
implication personnelle et la volonté d'évaluer les besoins du
Logiciel Libre au dessus des intérêts personnels. Tout le monde ne
peut pas ou n'est pas prêt à faire cet engagement.</p>

<p>Lorsque des personnes sont décidées à s'engager de cette façon, les
nouveaux membres sont nommés par acte de l'assemblée générale, lorsque
3/4 des membres existants sont convaincus que le postulant comprend
les problèmes à long terme du Logiciel Libre et est prêt à consacrer
une grande partie de sa vie à cette tâche. Nous espérons avoir 3-4
membres (mais pas beaucoup plus) par pays européen dans le futur.</p>

<p>Si vous vous sentez concernés, nous recommendons de commencer à
travailler avec nous afin que l'on apprenne à se connaître.</p>

<p>Indépendamment du fait que vous ayez réellement voulu poser cette
question ou que vous vouliez simplement savoir comment vous impliquer,
il serait utile que vous lisiez "<a href="#getinvolved">Comment
puis-je m'impliquer dans la FSF Europe ?</a>"</p>
</li>



<li><a name="getinvolved"></a><b>Q : Comment
puis-je m'impliquer dans la FSF Europe ?</b>

<p>
R : Il y a de nombreuses façons de s'impliquer dans les activités de
la FSF Europe. Si vous désirez simplement être actif en faisant des
choses, vous pouvez jeter un oeil à la <a
href="/help/help.html">Section d'Aide</a>.</p>

<p>Si vous désirez travailler avec nous, vous pouvez chercher à
entrer en <a href="/contact/contact.html">contact</a> direct, ou vous
impliquer dans la FSF Europe en travaillant avec une <a
href="/associates/">Organisation Partenaire</a>.</p>


<p>Il n'y a aucune limite si ce n'est votre niveau d'implication dans
le fonctionnement interne de la FSF Europe lorsque nous nous
connaîtrons mieux.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>Q : Quelqu'un prétend travailler pour
vous, est-ce vrai ?</b>

<p>R : Nous avons beaucoup de personnes qui travaillent avec et pour
nous de manière régulière, donc même si vous êtes contactés par
quelqu'un dont l'adresse mél ne semble pas avoir de lien avec nous, il
se peut qu'elle travaille en notre nom. Il y a de bonnes chances que
vous trouviez cette personne sur notre liste de <a
href="volunteers.html">Volontaires Permanents</a>. Sinon, veuillez <a
href="/contact/contact.html">nous demander</a> si vous voulez être sûr.</p></li>




<li><a name="legal"></a><b>Q : Quel est votre statut/structure
légal(e) ? </b>

<p>R :Puisque l'Europe est encore loin d'être unifiée légalement, un
solution modulaire a dû être trouvée. Vous trouverez plus
d'informations<a href="/about/legal/">ici</a>.</p></li>




<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>Q: Ou est-ce que je trouve les logos et
autres graphiques de la FSF Europe ?</b>

<p>R : Ils sont disponibles en ligne <a
href="graphics/graphics.html">ici</a>.</p></li>

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<h2>Domande frequenti (FAQ)</h2>
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<li><a name="help"></a><b>D: Come posso aiutarvi?</b>
<p>R: Essendo un'organizzazione non-profit, non governativa e basata, per molte
aree, su volontari, le nostre risorse (e quindi la possibilità di
svolgere il nostro lavoro) dipendono largamente dal contributo dei
volontari e dalle donazioni.</p>

<p>Quindi se volete che facciamo qualcosa in più, o semplicemente volete
consentirci di continuare a lavorare, potete aiutarci con il vostro
<a href="/help/help.html">lavoro volontario</a>, con una <a
href="/help/donate.html">donazione</a>, o in entrambi i modi.</p></li>

<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>D: Perché non ci si può iscrivere
alla FSFE come individui, come invece è possibile fare con la FSF
nordamericana?</b><p>R: La FSF Europe ha considerato questa possibilità, in
effetti abbiamo ricevuto richieste in tal senso fin dal 2001, ma abbiamo deciso
in senso negativo.</p><p>Il principale motivo per questa decisione è che ci
sembrava problematico considerare "membri" i semplici donatori senza diritto di
voto. Questo non è così inusuale negli Stati Uniti, ad esempio per alcuni tipi
di club, ma non sembrava opportuno nel caso di un'organizzazione europea
operante a livello politico.</p><p>Comunque stiamo considerando altre possibili
alternative per dare qualcosa in cambio a chi supporta la FSF Europe.</p>
<p>I <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">banner per gli sponsor</a> sono stati
un primo passo, ma ce ne saranno altri.</p></li>

<li><a name="who"></a><b>D: Chi sono i membri della FSF Europe?</b><p>R: Persone
di diversi paesi europei, di solito con una lunga storia personale dedicata al
Software Libero. Una lista dei membri è disponibile <a
href="members.html">qui</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="member"></a><b>D: Come posso diventare membro della FSF Europe?</b>

<p>R: Attenzione: è possibile che la domanda che avevate in mente sia
"<a href="#getinvolved">Come posso collaborare con la FSF Europe?</a>"; continuate
a leggere e decidete.</p>

<p>Visto che le varie Free Software Foundation (come la FSF Europe)
curano gli aspetti legali del Progetto GNU, compresa la manutenzione delle
licenze GPL, LGPL, GFDL o di documenti legali come il <a
href="/projects/fla/">Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA)</a>,
l'iscrizione alla FSF non può essere completamente libera, perché altrimenti rischieremmo
di non essere in grado di difendere questi documenti da "scalate" ostili.</p>
<p>Inoltre, vista la natura profondamente politica e giuridica del nostro
lavoro, spesso dobbiamo trovare compromessi che impegnino tutti i membri, anche se alcuni
di essi possono non esserne pienamente soddisfatti personalmente.</p>
<p>Di conseguenza, l'appartenenza alla FSF Europe richiede un alto livello di
dedizione personale e la volontà di porre le esigenze del Software Libero
al di sopra degli interessi personali. Non tutti hanno le capacità e la
disponibilità per un impegno di questo tipo.</p>

<p>Quando qualcuno è disponibile a impegnarsi in questo modo, i nuovi membri
sono nominati con una votazione dell'assemblea generale a maggioranza dei 3/4
dei membri esistenti, che devono valutare se il candidato comprenda a fondo
tutti gli aspetti del Software Libero e se voglia dedicare una grande parte
della propria vita a questo compito. In futuro speriamo di avere 3 o 4 membri
(non di più) in ogni paese europeo.</p>

<p>Se state considerando questa possibilità, vi raccomandiamo di iniziare a
lavorare con noi, in modo da iniziare a conoscerci meglio.</p>

<p>Quindi, a prescindere dal fatto che volevate davvero fare questa domanda,
potrebbe esservi utile leggere "<a href="#getinvolved">Come posso collaborare
con la FSF Europe?</a>"</p>
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<li><a name="getinvolved"></a><b>D: Come posso collaborare con la FSF Europe?</b>

<p>
R: Ci sono vari modi per collaborare alle attività della FSF Europe.
Se volete semplicemente fare qualche cosa, potete dare un'occhiata
alla <a href="/help/help.html">Sezione Aiuto</a>.</p>

<p>Se volete lavorare con noi, potete cercare un <a
href="/contact/contact.html">contatto</a> diretto o lavorare per qualcuna delle
nostre <a href="/associates/">Organizzazioni Associate</a>.</p>

<p>Non ci sono limiti, se non il vostro impegno, a quanto potete entrare a far
parte dei meccanismi interni della FSF Europe, una volta che ci conosceremo
bene.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>D: Qualcuno afferma di lavorare per voi, è vero?</b>
<p>R: Abbiamo molte persone che lavorano per noi o con noi in modo regolare,
quindi anche se venite contattati da qualcuno con un indirizzo mail che non
sembra essere collegato con noi, questa persona potrebbe effettivamente essere
un nostro collaboratore. È probabile che troviate quella persona nella nostra
lista dei <a href="volunteers.html">Volontari Permanenti</a>. Altrimenti siete
pregati di <a href="/contact/contact.html">contattarci</a> se volete essere
sicuri.</p></li>

<li><a name="legal"></a><b>D: Qual è la vostra struttura legale?</b><p>R:
Visto che l'Europa è ancora lontana dall'avere normative comuni, abbiamo dovuto
trovare una soluzione modulare. Potete trovare maggiori informazioni <a
href="/about/legal/">qui</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>D: Dove posso trovare il logo della FSF Europe e
altri lavori grafici?</b><p>R: Sono online <a href="graphics/graphics.html">qui</a>.</p></li>

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<h2>Sûalî kû zev hatine pîrsinî (FAQ)</h2>
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<li><a name="help"></a><b>Q: How can I help you?</b>
<p>Being a non-profit, in many areas volunteer-driven Non-Governmental
Organisation (NGO), our resources &#8212; and hence our capabilities
to do our work &#8212; largely depend on volunteer contribution and
donations.</p>

<p>So if you would like us to do more or simply enable us to keep
working, please help us either with your <a
href="/help/help.html">volunteer work</a>, a <a
href="/help/donate.html">donation</a> or both.</p></li>

<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>Q: Why do you not have an
"associate membership" like the FSF North America?</b><p>A: FSF
Europe has considered this in the past - in fact we have been
receiving requests for something like this as since 2001. We did
consider it, but have decided against it for the FSF
Europe.</p><p>Our main reason for deciding against associate membership was that we
felt it was problematic to call normal donors "members" if they do not
get the right to vote. This is not so unusual in the United States,
especially for U.S. book clubs and such, but for a European
organisation working in the political field it did not seem
fitting.</p><p>We are considering other possible alternatives to
give people some goodies for supporting the FSF Europe,
though.</p><p>The <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">sponsoring
buttons</a> were a first step, but there will be more.</p></li>

<li><a name="who"></a><b>Q: Who are the members that make up FSF
Europe?</b><p>A: People from different European countries, usually with a
long history in Free Software. A list of members is available <a
href="members.html">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="member"></a><b>Q: How can I become member of the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>A: Warning: It is possible that the question you really meant to
ask is "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</a>" -- please read on to decide for yourself.</p>

<p>As the major Free Software Foundations (such as the FSF Europe)
maintain the legal aspects of the GNU Project including maintaining
the GPL, LGPL, GFDL licenses or legal documents such as the <a
href="/projects/fla/">Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA)</a>,
membership in the FSF cannot be entirely open. Otherwise we'd
jeopardise our ability to defend these against hostile takeover.</p>
<p>Also because of the often highly political and legal nature of our
work, we sometimes need to find a compromise that we may not
be entirely happy with, but that our members are then bound to.</p>
<p>Consequently, membership in the FSF Europe requires a high level of
personal dedication and willingness to rate the needs of Free Software
above personal interests. Not everyone is willing to or capable of
making that commitment.</p>

<p>When people are willing to make such a commitment, new members are
appointed by act of the general assembly when 3/4 of all existing
members are convinced the applicant understand the long term issues of
Free Software and wants to devote a large part of his or her life to
this task. We hope to have 3-4 members (but not much more) from each
European country at some point.</p>

<p>Should you consider this for yourself, we recommend starting to
work with us so we can get to know each other.</p>

<p>So regardless of whether you really meant to ask this question or
whether you just wanted to know how to get involved, it might be
useful to read on at "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in
the FSF Europe?</a>"</p>
</li>

<li><a name="getinvolved"></a><b>Q: How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>
A: There are several ways to get involved in the activities of the FSF
Europe. If you just wish to get active doing some things, you might
have a look at the <a href="/help/help.html">Help Section</a>.</p>

<p>If you wish to work with us, you could either seek direct <a
href="/contact/contact.html">contact</a> or get involved in the FSF
Europe through working in the <a href="/associates/">Associate
Organisations</a>.</p>

<p>There is no limit but your engagement on how involved you can
become in the internal workings of the FSF Europe once we get to know
each other.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>Q: Someone claimed to be working for
you, is this true?</b><p>A: We have many people who work with and for
us on a regular basis, so even if you get contacted by someone with an
email address that does not seem related, this person may be working
in our name. Chances are you will find that person on our list of <a
href="volunteers.html">Permanent Volunteers</a>. Otherwise please <a
href="/contact/contact.html">ask us</a> if you want to be
sure.</p></li>

<li><a name="legal"></a><b>Q: What is your legal status/structure?</b><p>A:
As Europe is still quite a way from being legally united, a modular
solution had to be found. You can find more information <a
href="/about/legal/">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>Q: Where do I find the FSF Europe Logo
and other Artwork?</b><p>A: They are online <a
href="graphics/graphics.html">here</a>.</p></li>

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<li><a name="help"></a><b>Q: How can I help you?</b>
<p>Being a non-profit, in many areas volunteer-driven Non-Governmental
Organisation (NGO), our resources &#8212; and hence our capabilities
to do our work &#8212; largely depend on volunteer contribution and
donations.</p>

<p>So if you would like us to do more or simply enable us to keep
working, please help us either with your <a
href="/help/help.html">volunteer work</a>, a <a
href="/help/donate.html">donation</a> or both.</p></li>

<li><a name="associatemembership"></a><b>Q: Why do you not have an
"associate membership" like the FSF North America?</b><p>A: FSF
Europe has considered this in the past - in fact we have been
receiving requests for something like this as since 2001. We did
consider it, but have decided against it for the FSF
Europe.</p><p>Our main reason for deciding against associate membership was that we
felt it was problematic to call normal donors "members" if they do not
get the right to vote. This is not so unusual in the United States,
especially for U.S. book clubs and such, but for a European
organisation working in the political field it did not seem
fitting.</p><p>We are considering other possible alternatives to
give people some goodies for supporting the FSF Europe,
though.</p><p>The <a href="/about/graphics/sponsoring/">sponsoring
buttons</a> were a first step, but there will be more.</p></li>

<li><a name="who"></a><b>Q: Who are the members that make up FSF
Europe?</b><p>A: People from different European countries, usually with a
long history in Free Software. A list of members is available <a
href="members.html">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="member"></a><b>Q: How can I become member of the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>A: Warning: It is possible that the question you really meant to
ask is "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</a>" -- please read on to decide for yourself.</p>

<p>As the major Free Software Foundations (such as the FSF Europe)
maintain the legal aspects of the GNU Project including maintaining
the GPL, LGPL, GFDL licenses or legal documents such as the <a
href="/projects/fla/">Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA)</a>,
membership in the FSF cannot be entirely open. Otherwise we'd
jeopardise our ability to defend these against hostile takeover.</p>
<p>Also because of the often highly political and legal nature of our
work, we sometimes need to find a compromise that we may not
be entirely happy with, but that our members are then bound to.</p>
<p>Consequently, membership in the FSF Europe requires a high level of
personal dedication and willingness to rate the needs of Free Software
above personal interests. Not everyone is willing to or capable of
making that commitment.</p>

<p>When people are willing to make such a commitment, new members are
appointed by act of the general assembly when 3/4 of all existing
members are convinced the applicant understand the long term issues of
Free Software and wants to devote a large part of his or her life to
this task. We hope to have 3-4 members (but not much more) from each
European country at some point.</p>

<p>Should you consider this for yourself, we recommend starting to
work with us so we can get to know each other.</p>

<p>So regardless of whether you really meant to ask this question or
whether you just wanted to know how to get involved, it might be
useful to read on at "<a href="#getinvolved">How can I get involved in
the FSF Europe?</a>"</p>
</li>

<li><a name="getinvolved"></a><b>Q: How can I get involved in the FSF
Europe?</b>

<p>
A: There are several ways to get involved in the activities of the FSF
Europe. If you just wish to get active doing some things, you might
have a look at the <a href="/help/help.html">Help Section</a>.</p>

<p>If you wish to work with us, you could either seek direct <a
href="/contact/contact.html">contact</a> or get involved in the FSF
Europe through working in the <a href="/associates/">Associate
Organisations</a>.</p>

<p>There is no limit but your engagement on how involved you can
become in the internal workings of the FSF Europe once we get to know
each other.</p>
</li>

<li><a name="volunteers"></a><b>Q: Someone claimed to be working for
you, is this true?</b><p>A: We have many people who work with and for
us on a regular basis, so even if you get contacted by someone with an
email address that does not seem related, this person may be working
in our name. Chances are you will find that person on our list of <a
href="volunteers.html">Permanent Volunteers</a>. Otherwise please <a
href="/contact/contact.html">ask us</a> if you want to be
sure.</p></li>

<li><a name="legal"></a><b>Q: What is your legal status/structure?</b><p>A:
As Europe is still quite a way from being legally united, a modular
solution had to be found. You can find more information <a
href="/about/legal/">here</a>.</p></li>

<li><a name="graphics"></a><b>Q: Where do I find the FSF Europe Logo
and other Artwork?</b><p>A: They are online <a
href="graphics/graphics.html">here</a>.</p></li>

</ul>

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