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<h1>Fellowship</h1>

<!-- rotating fellowship quotes from tools/texts-*.xml with fellowship-tag -->
<quote-box tag="fellowship" />
<!-- <quote-box tag="fellowship" /> -->

<div id="introduction">
<div class="image">

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if not, everybody would be able to download sensitive data.


## IMPORTING
## FORMATTING
If you want to import this data in CiviCRM, you need to format it first. For example, many names are lower/uppercase only or are empty. The Country Codes are not supported in CiviCRM as well. Additionally, some data is completely useless. If you have another feeling, feel free to change the script.

For this, you can use format-supporters.sh in addition to countries.txt. Just define a file to import (default: supporters.csv), the desired filename at output (default: supporters_format.csv) and the CountryCode-to-Country-Name file (default: countries.txt).
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After ~5-10 minutes, all entries should be written to the output file. Please do not worry if the output file keeps empty until the end of the script: It writes the data to a temporary file during the execution process.


To understand what the script exactly does, please see the comments in the bash script.
To understand what the script exactly does, please see the comments in the bash script.


## IMPORTING

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# Output of all interesting strings with "" surrounded, only if Firstname not empty
# if ! ([ "$FIRSTNAME" = "" ] || [ "$CONFIRMDATE" = "" ]); then # this also kicks out the first subscripted supporters
if [ "$FIRSTNAME" != "" ]; then # this also contains supporters whose emails are not confirmed yet
if ! ([ "$FIRSTNAME" = "" ] || [ "$CONFIRMDATE" = "" ]); then # this also kicks out the first subscripted supporters, but only in first import
# if [ "$FIRSTNAME" != "" ]; then # this also contains supporters whose emails are not confirmed yet
echo "\"$FIRSTNAME\",\"$LASTNAME\",$EMAIL,\"$CCODE\"" >> temp131031.txt
fi

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</quote>

<!-- quotes for fellowship page -->
<quote id="allison" tag="fellowship" pos="1">
<photo>/fellowship/graphics/people/Jeremyallison.jpg</photo>
<quote id="morris" tag="fellowship">
<photo>/fellowship/graphics/people/annamorris.jpg</photo>
<txt>
Document Freedom Day celebrates the importance of Open Standards for all
electronic documents, whether public or private. If we want to <strong>preserve
our digital heritage</strong> we all need to select Open Standards, implementable
by anyone, as our default storage choice.
Free Software challenges you to learn: to do for yourself, to be fearlessly
independent when it comes to your tech. In the past few years I have taken
pride in watching my skill base catchup with and overtake that of my
proprietary-loving peers, even some paid professionals, simply by having a
free and curious mindset. Free Software frees you in many ways.
</txt>
<author>Jeremy Allison, Samba core developer</author>
<author>Anna Morris</author>
</quote>
<quote id="beckedahl" tag="fellowship" pos="2">
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<quote id="roy" tag="fellowship">
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<txt>
The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) brings together
dedicated and engaged activists from all over Europe to seize the
opportunities to secure our rights to use, share, study, and
improve software because without Free Software, technology
subjugates us instead of enhancing our freedom.
</txt>
<author>Hugo Roy - French Fellowship Coordinator</author>
</quote>

<quote id="keijzer" tag="fellowship">
<photo>/fellowship/graphics/people/kevinkeijzer.jpg</photo>
<txt>
Open Standards garantee a free development of the infrastructure and
therefore a self-determined and free communication.
I joined the Fellowship to stop being 'a minority of one', as George
Orwell once put it. I wanted to meet people who shared my ideals and
beliefs, so it would no longer feel as if I was fighting the system all
by myself. It's reassuring to know that you're not alone, which probably
motivates people to keep up with the work they are doing, even if it's
not always as successful as they would like it to be.
</txt>
<author>Markus Beckedahl, Digitale Gesellschaft, netzpolitik.org</author>
<author>Kevin Keijzer - Political activist - Member of FSFE's Education team</author>
</quote>

<quote id="nascimento" tag="fellowship">
<photo>/fellowship/graphics/people/mauricionascimento.jpg</photo>
<txt>
Freedom is one of the core values of our Society and one of the basic
concepts of Democracy. Supporting and spreading Free Software is one
way to build creative alternatives for social inclusion and to protect our
citizens from the digital exploitation. We are responsible to build a better World
as a gift for our future generations.
</txt>
<author>Mauricio Nascimento - Middlerware Engineer - FSFE Fellowship Coordination team</author>
</quote>
</quotes>
</textset>

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