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The right to repair is crucial for a free future, this is illustrated in our animated video "Fight to Repair." Join our campaign and inform others on the state of in your country. fsf.org/ftr

The FSF is seeking a principled, compassionate, and capable leader to be its new executive director. This position can be remote or based in our Boston office: u.fsf.org/3e5

Improving and adding to the Free Software Directory at directory.fsf.org is an easy way to support the free software community. Join us for meetings every Friday to help us do this crucial work: u.fsf.org/3ft

The Free Software Foundation and Defective by Design are on Mastodon! Visit us at hostux.social/@fsf and hostux.social/@endDRM.

The shirt color of the year is: coral orange! Show the world what GNU means to you: u.fsf.org/3es

Part of our core mission is to advance policies that promote the progress of free software. Copyright handling has been a topic of concern lately, so we are taking this opportunity to delve into the issue, and alternatives: u.fsf.org/3fu

Part of our core mission is to advance policies that promote the progress of free software. Copyright handling has been a topic of concern lately, so we are taking this opportunity to delve into the issue, and alternatives: u.fsf.org/3fu

Improving and adding to the Free Software Directory at directory.fsf.org is an easy way to support the free software community. Join us for meetings every Friday to help us do this crucial work: u.fsf.org/3ft

Follow the FSF's thirty-five years of advocating for software freedom with our timeline project: u.fsf.org/3fc

isn't just an annoyance -- it's a violation of your right to use the items you own as you see fit. Learn more about our Defective by Design campaign at defectivebydesign.org, and follow our campaign account at @endDRM.

Our Email Self-Defense guide, which teaches you how to encrypt your email with GnuPG, is back and better than ever! Check out the updated version, get your GnuPG set up, and share with absolutely everyone you know with : u.fsf.org/3f5

Curious on how to get started contributing to Emacs? Colin Woodbury has written a helpful blog post on just that topic, including instructions for copyright assignment: u.fsf.org/3fr

Need help making decisions about thorny issues of software freedom? Consult the Software Freedom Advice Orb: u.fsf.org/3ev The FSF is not responsible for any faulty advice given.

Software patents are still a real and present threat. Read campaigns team intern Panos Alevropoulos's post for our campaign: u.fsf.org/3fp

Improving and adding to the Free Software Directory at directory.fsf.org is an easy way to support the free software community. Join us for meetings every Friday to help us do this crucial work: u.fsf.org/3ft

The FSF is seeking a principled, compassionate, and capable leader to be its new executive director. This position can be remote or based in our Boston office: u.fsf.org/3e5

Emacs is so much more than a text editor -- it's an entire workflow environment, loved by free software supporters around the world. Get the new GNU Emacs Manual, Nineteenth edition, for Emacs 27.2, at the GNU Press Shop: u.fsf.org/3ff

Software patents are still a real and present threat. Read campaigns team intern Panos Alevropoulos's new post for our campaign: u.fsf.org/3fp

Check out this new book release: "Designing Ebooks With Free Software," by Bruce Byfield! Available as a hard copy or as a free download in EPUB, MOBI, and ODT format: designingebooks.com/

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