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<email>machon (at) fsfeurope (dot) org</email>
</person>

<person id="mehl" avatar="no" association-member="no" teams="main">
<name>Max Mehl</name>
<country>DE</country>
<function>intern/m</function>
<email>max.mehl (at) fsfe (dot) org</email>
</person>

<person id="mueller" avatar="yes" association-member="yes" teams="main, at">
<name>Reinhard Müller</name>
<country>AT</country>

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href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/guido/2013/09/fellowship-treffen-rheinmain-in-frankfurt-4-sep-2013/">Frankfurt/Germany</a>
are continuing. In <a
href="http://www.softmetz.de/2013/09/23/freie-software-beim-corso-leopold-2-0/">Munich/Germany
we had a public booth during a street festival</a>, during SFD Fellows
we had a public booth during a street festival</a>, during Software Freedom Day Fellows
informed passers-by about Free Software in <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/franz.gratzer/2013/09/22/software-freedom-day-2013-in-vienna/">Vienna/Austria</a>
and in <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/fast_edi/?p=393">Offenburg/Germany</a>.
In <a
and in <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/fast_edi/?p=393">Offenburg/Germany</a>, whereas in <a
href="http://coss.fi/2013/09/17/lauantaina-vietetaan-kansainvalista-avointen-ohjelmien-paivaa/">
Helsinki/Finland</a> they helped others installing Free Software. Our
Düsseldorf Fellowship group was very active the last weeks. They had a booth at
Düsseldorf Fellowship group was very active the last weeks as well: They had a booth at
the summer party of the <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=906">Pirate
Party</a>, and attend the summer party of the <a
Party</a>, and attended the summer party of the <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=925">Green Party</a>, held a <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=936">Software Freedom Day event</a>,
supported a <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=916">Cryptoparty in
Kempen</a>, held a <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=946">regular
meeting</a>, as well <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=884">as a
meeting</a>, as well as <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/stehmann/?p=884">a
talk by Sam Tuke about Free Your Android</a>.</p>
<p newsteaser="yes">From 27-29 September 22 Fellows from FSFE from 10 countries
gathered in Berlin for the first European Coordinators Meeting. During the
weekend the coordinators get known to each other, presented their work, talked
about problems to promote Free Software, shared good practices, and provided
valuable feedback about our campaigns. If you are interested to see who is
weekend the coordinators got to know each other, presented their work, talked
about possibilities to promote Free Software, shared good practices, and provided
valuable feedback about our campaigns. If you are interested in seeing who is
promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/lucile.falg/2013/10/01/first-european-coordinators-meeting-2/">have
a look at Lucile's blog entry</a>.</p>
@@ -69,7 +68,7 @@ promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
<ul>

<li>Technology should be a means to freedom and creativity. Yet governments
around the world are turning computers and networks into tools of oppression
around the world are turning computers and networks into tools of oppression,
FSFE <a href="/news/2013/news-20130923-01.html">joined a coalition of more
than 265 organisations</a> which launched a list of 13 International
Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communication
@@ -79,7 +78,7 @@ promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
href="/news/2013/news-20130926-01.html">published their questions and
answers for the Nationalratswahl (federal election)</a>, and the German <a
href="/news/2013/news-20130918-01.html">published the
answers to similar questions for the state elections in Hessen</a>.</li>
answers to similar questions for the state election in Hessen</a>.</li>
<li>After <a
href="http://fsfe.org/activities/policy/eu/20130729.EC.Fairsearch.letter.en.html">FSFE
@@ -93,11 +92,11 @@ promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
new edition of the Free Software in education news for August</a>.</li>

<li>FSFE <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/mk/?p=1124">wrote a letter to the
German Federal Network Agency</a> (Germany). Together with Mirko Vogt from
OpenWrt we argued about the importance of having the freedom to run the
German Federal Network Agency</a> (German). Together with Mirko Vogt from
OpenWrt we argued about the importance of having the freedom to use every
router you want to have for your internet access.</li>

<li><a href="http://ohwr.org/cernohl">CERN has update its Open Hardware
<li><a href="http://ohwr.org/cernohl">CERN has updated its Open Hardware
License</a> to version 1.2.</li>

<li>To celebrate GNU's 30th anniversary, FSF suggested <a
@@ -108,9 +107,9 @@ promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
<li>Public administration: the <a
href="https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/community/osor/news/french-gendarmerie-open-source-desktop-lowers-tco-40">French
Gendarmerie now maintains 37,000 GNU/Linux desktops</a>, and after the
planed switch next summer it will be 72,000. They say they are able to lower
planned switch next summer it will be 72,000. Officials say they are able to lower
the total cost of operation by 40% compared to the proprietary solution. But
the savings are just one point, the other is more vendor independce.</li>
the savings are just one point, the other is more vendor independence.</li>

<li>From the <a href="http://planet.fsfe.org">planet aggregation</a>: </li>

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proprietary cryptography, or proprietary software</a>.</li>

<li>Lucile learnt <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/lucile.falg/2013/09/23/check-your-regular-expressions/">learnt
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/lucile.falg/2013/09/23/check-your-regular-expressions/">
to appreciate regular expressions</a>, and <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/lucile.falg/2013/09/04/schneier-on-risk/">
highlighted some quotes by Bruce Schneier</a>, including "We’re afraid of
@@ -136,8 +135,8 @@ promoting Free Software on the local level in Fellowship groups <a
href="http://creative-destruction.me/2013/09/15/open-source-in-wirtschaft-und-gesellschaft-sommeruni-2013/">
seminar about Free Software in economy and society at the German
protestant student union</a> (German), were Karsten Gerloff also gave a
talk as a guest speaker in front of students studying medicine, natural
sciences, or theology. </li>
talk as a guest speaker in front of students of medicine, natural
sciences, or theology.</li>

<li>Read the description from our Finnish Fellows how to do <a
href="http://seravo.fi/2013/dual-booting-ubuntu-12-04-windows-8-machines-restricted-boot">
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era.</li>

<li>Paul Boddie wrote about the <a
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/pboddie/?p=430">Neo900</a> successor of the
href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/pboddie/?p=430">Neo900</a>, successor of the
famous N900 mobile phone.</li>

<li>Guido Günther is <a
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<h2>Get active: Talk to some friends about GNU!</h2>


Initial announcement https://www.gnu.org/gnu/initial-announcement.html

As http://computerfloss.com/2013/09/happy-birthday-gnu/

If you want to learn more about GNU, go over to gnu.org and read up on its history and the philosophy behind it all.

https://www.gnu.org/gnu/gnu.html
https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html

If you are interested in more: get the book "Free as in Freedom"
http://oreilly.com/openbook/freedom/

<p>As you read on the first paragraph, our beloved operating system GNU turned 30 years old
since <a href="https://www.gnu.org/gnu/initial-announcement.html">it's first announcement</a>.
Many people mistakenly think of <a href="http://computerfloss.com/2013/09/happy-birthday-gnu/">this
30th anniversary</a> only as a success in a technical way but it's even more: GNU and
<a href="https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html">the philosophy behind it</a> is a social
revolution as well.</p>

<p>We think that more people should know about the importance and uniqueness of the development
GNU has started. So we ask you to talk with your friends, acquaintances and colleagues about
the <a href="https://www.gnu.org/gnu/gnu.html">history</a> and
<a href="https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/philosophy.html">philosophy</a> of GNU project and to reflect
about which positive side effect of GNU's invention you personally appreciate the most.</p>

<p>Please share your experiences with us, for example by <a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/about/">writing a blog post</a>
about the talk with the people you spoke with. If you are interested in more information about Free Software
and it's evolution, get the <a href="http://oreilly.com/openbook/freedom">book "Free as in Freedom"</a>.</p>


<p>Thanks to all the <a href="http://fellowship.fsfe.org/join">Fellows</a> and

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